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Articles on topics about communication such as augmentative/alternative communication, behaviour & communication, comprehension & literacy, early childhood, social skills and language, role of an SLP and visual supports.
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Please take a look at some further useful articles below, which include useful news items and book reviews:
This week it is my joy to share with you three very simple yoga poses which are absolutely FANTASTIC for meltdowns and overwhelm.
Hello everyone Spring has arrived in the UK and the sunshine always fills us with such hope. Sadly, the world remains a busier and more
Is That Clear? ‘Effective Communication in a Neurodiverse World’ by Zanne Gaynor, Kathryn Alevizos and Joe Butler
‘Is That Clear?’ ‘Effective Communication in a Neurodiverse World’ in By Zanne Gaynor, Kathryn Alevizos and Joe Butler
Incredible Kratu Kratu means wisdom, empowerment and inspiration three things I’ve been in pursuit of my entire life
This week I’m sharing some easy techniques on flooding our brains with our daily D.O.S.E: Dopamine, Oxytocin, Serotonin and Endorphins!!
Easy foot massage techniques to ease depression Four simple Science backed techniques to ease anxiety and boost mental health
It is the twenty fifth Anniversary of World Book Day and this year the theme is being marked by the message
Everyone is now back to school after half term and the gloom and pressure has already descended on so many of our children as they go
Hattie and Friends ‘A Day at the Farm’ by Lesley Berrington – a Book Review by Beverly Guest our Charity Champion
I was instantly drawn to this book having seen the front and back cover, respectively.
Please see details below of the BBC Children in Need Emergency Essentials programme:-
Becoming a referrer & supporting the families you work with: You can find more information and register as a referrer on their website: www.familyfundservices.co.uk/emergency-essentials/
You can find out more information about eligibility criteria and what being a referrer for the grant means in these guidelines:
When writing your applications ensure that you put as much detail about the beneficiary’s financial situation and the crisis which they are going through. Focus on the impact of the crisis and vulnerability on the child. Explain the impact the item will have on the child and what the impact would be if they didn’t receive the grant.
If you would like any advice on how to apply or if you would like to check whether a child is eligible please call 01904 55 00 11 or email:email@example.com
If you work with disabled children, it’s also worth you knowing about their sister charity: http://www.familyfund.org.uk
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