A Review of The Link Live 2021: An SLCN Journey from 4-14 years
We had a fantastic time at our first ever virtual conference – The Link Live 2021. Did you miss it? Don’t worry, you can still watch on demand, find out how in the blog.
How do we identify children with SEND (including those with speech, language and communication needs)?
The classification of SEND (special educational needs and disability) applies to four in ten children at some point in their educational career, so it is important for us to get identification and support right. Yet, a new report points to a postcode lottery in terms of both identification and support for children in primary schools with SEND.
Supporting children and young people with SLCN to share their views.
The Big Ask survey has recently been launched, it aims to find out from children and young people what concerns them, what interests them and what they want to be different.
‘Between Brains’: Motivating Tweens and Teens with SLCN
In her blog SaLT, Juliet, identifies the changes that occur in the brain in adolescence and how this can inform both our understanding of tween and teens and our practice. Join Juliet at The Link Live for her practical workshop packed with fun ideas to engage teens.
Speak up with SL Multimedia
Last week, The Speak for Change report from The APPG on Oracy was published. At SL Multimedia (trading name of Speech Link Multimedia Ltd) we are proud to have been involved in this piece of research. Read on for more about the report and how our support programmes can help at this crucial time.