Putting children at the heart: A call to action for a better tomorrow
The ‘Children at the Table’ report urges immediate, transformative change in UK policies for children, emphasizing the involvement of 4.2 million children in poverty. It calls for top-level government commitment and collective action to ensure a better future. Read our response.
Thinking about winking
In this blog, speech and language therapist, Alison reflects on the role we all play in supporting children to grasp the subtleties of non-verbal communication.
Education after a childhood stroke
Jess was just 10-years-old when she had a stroke. The resulting language disorder, aphasia, severely affected her education and friendships. Read how, with the help of her speech and language therapist, alongside her incredible determination, Jess began to overcome many of the challenges that aphasia presented her with.
We are more than just an assessment
A common misconception about us is that we are just an assessment, but we offer so much more than that. Read our latest blog to find out more.
Surviving the summer: a guide for families of children with speech, language and communication needs
Find out our specialist SaLTs top tips and strategies for how families of children with speech, language and communication needs can survive the summer holidays.