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Many young people with communication difficulties have difficulty explaining their ideas or retelling a sequence of events, for example, what happened at lunchtime. These young people need adult support to communicate their ideas in conversations, and to develop strategies to support their ability...

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Many young people with social communication differences have difficulty understanding and interpreting body language, facial expressions, gesture and tone of voice. They also have difficulty understanding what others may be thinking or feeling, and understanding non-literal language that is reliant...

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A training module on supporting communication in emotionally dysregulated children and young people. Time: 16 minutes This training module refers to this resource page: Supporting communication in emotionally dysregulated children and young people

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A training module on how to use drawing alongside conversation and comic strip conversations. Time: 14 minutes This training module refers to the following strategy sheets: Drawing alongside talking and comic strip conversations Visually supporting communication for older children and young people

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What are comic strip conversations? Comic strip conversations are an approach to support social understanding. Who are comic strip conversations for? Comic strip conversations were originally developed to support children with Autism Spectrum Disorder but are also a useful approach for supporting...

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Simplify questions Questions that require the young person to summarise and retell can be too hard, for example, asking “Tell me what happened”. This requires the young person to ‘read-between-the-lines’ and understand what you might be referring to, pick out the important parts of an...

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