• Supporting children and young people with SLCN to share their views.

    by Guest Writer 20 May 2021

    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

    by Juliet Leonard
    — Speech and Language Therapist 06 May 2021

    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

    by Guest Writer 05 May 2021

    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.

  • The impact of Covid-19 on teachers' voice

    by Louise Burton
    — Speech and Language Therapist 15 Apr 2021

    With World Voice Day in April , we look at the potential impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on teachers’ voice; their most important tool.

  • How working from home has changed our posture.

    by Guest Writer 01 Apr 2021

    Many jobs in education require a lot of movement and physical activity to keep up with the children. However, working from home has changed the way educators move. OT Kim Griffin discusses how you can help your body whilst working from home.