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What are Speech, Language and Communication Needs? Speech, Language and Communication Needs (SLCN) is a broad umbrella category and label which applies to people with any type of communication difficulty or communication vulnerability. What is a language disorder? A language disorder is a diagnosis...

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Children with Down’s syndrome are strong visual learners. Using visual strategies such as Makaton signs and pictures to teach vocabulary can really help as they make language more visual. This enables children to overcome difficulties they may have learning language from just listening....

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Every person with Down’s syndrome is an individual, with their own unique personality, strengths and differences. This page is about some of the characteristics which many people with Down’s syndrome have in common. People with Down’s syndrome can continue to make progress with...

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Why use Makaton? Research has shown that signs and gestures are easier to learn than spoken words. Helping your child to learn some signs can stop them getting frustrated before they are able to talk. Signing can help promote verbal stimulation. The hand movement part of the brain is very close to...

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How can we support you? We can help you identify the stage your child is at with their understanding of language and their early communication skills. Give you tips and ideas of how you can talk and play with your child to support the development of their speech, language and communication. Since...

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Introducing speech sound activities in play from 1 year old can help children progress with their speech. This can be done through play and having fun with speech sounds! Here are some ideas for fun activities which can help speech sound development. Sound cards Your speech and language therapist...

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