Early Talk - I CAN Charity
The course is aimed at early years/pre-school practitioners who want to increase their knowledge of the approaches and strategies that can be used in settings to support the development of speech, language and communication in children aged 0-3 and speech and language therapy assistants who have limited experience of working with children in
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CPD short course - I CAN Charity
Posted: (52 years ago) CPD Online Short Course: An introduction to speech, language and communication. Our online short course is free and a great place to start learning about children and young people’s speech, language and communication development. It looks at how you can support the development of these skills on a day-to-day basis in your setting, and how to spot children and young people …
I CAN CPD Short Course
Posted: (52 years ago) Speech, Language and Communication Framework (SLCF) Platform 3. SECONDARY: PART ONE. Welcome. Welcome to the Primary Short Course. Welcome from The Communciation Trust. Objectives. Speech, Language and Communication - Complex and Important Skills - Part 1. Speech, language and communication:complex and important skills.
I CAN programmes
Posted: (52 years ago) Our programmes help children develop speech, language and communications skills they can use for the rest of their lives. There’s a programme to support children and young people at every stage of their development – every one created with professionals and backed by the best evidence so children get exactly the right level of support and challenge they need.
CPD short course access - I CAN Charity
Posted: (52 years ago) CPD short course. EYSEND Partnership. Services to support children. I CAN Speech and Language Assessments. Meath School. Dawn House School. Educational Support for Developmental Language Disorder. Progress Checker. Changing the conversation.
TCT resources - I CAN Charity
Posted: (52 years ago) CPD Online Short Course: An introduction to speech, language and communication. Start the course. Platform 3. Go to platform 3. What Works supports practitioners to deliver evidence-informed interventions to support children and young people with SLCN.
CPD Online Short Course - I CAN
Posted: (52 years ago) Our online short course is free and a great place to start learning about children and young people’s speech, language and communication development. It looks at how you can support the development of these skills on a day-to-day basis in your setting, and how to spot children and young people who might be struggling to develop these important skills.
Evaluation - I CAN Charity
Posted: (52 years ago) Welcome to the I CAN course evaluation page. This page is for practitioners and licensees who have attended an I CAN course and want to provide feedback on the course and receive a certificate of attendance. To receive your certificate of attendance you will need to complete an evaluation form.
Early Talk Boost Online - I CAN Charity
Posted: (52 years ago) Welcome to Early Talk Boost Online. Here you will find everything you need to access your course online. If you are having any technical issues, please feel free to get in touch to resolve them. Contact [email protected]ican.org.uk or 020 7843 2538.
Book a Course - I CAN Charity
Posted: (52 years ago) Talk for Work Tutor Training. Tuesday 15th March (10 am - 5 pm) - Book Now. If you are a school or a setting and required help with booking to training, please call the Licensing team on 020 7843 2538. Contact our Licensing team at [email protected]ican.org.uk to pay for the upcoming training courses. The training costs include the tutor resources.
ET supporting - I CAN Charity
Posted: (52 years ago) Feel free to complete the pre-course activities in whatever format works best for you. You can print and complete the activities or make some notes on a separate piece of paper ready to feedback in the session. If you are having technical issues, please feel free to get in touch to resolve them. Contact [email protected]ican.org.uk or 020 7843 2538 ...
Welcome to the I CAN login page
Posted: (52 years ago) Welcome to the I CAN login page. This page is for: Customers who wish to purchase I CAN products. You can login (or register and login) and pay via an invoice or credit card, or check out as a guest to pay via credit card. Users of the What Works database as part of The Communication Trust.
Early Talk Boost Online - I CAN Charity
Posted: (52 years ago) Feel free to complete the pre-course activities in whatever format works best for you. You can print and complete the activities or make some notes on a separate piece of paper ready to feedback in the session. If you are having technical issues, please feel free to get in touch to resolve them. Contact [email protected]ican.org.uk or 020 7843 2538.
Ages and Stages - I CAN Charity
Posted: (52 years ago) Be startled by loud noises. Watch your face when you talk to them. Recognise your voice. Smile and laugh when other people smile and laugh. Make sounds to themselves, like cooing, gurgling and babbling. Make noises, like coos or squeals, to get your attention. Have different cries for different needs.
Primary and secondary school teachers - I CAN
Posted: (52 years ago) Primary School Checklist. The following features demonstrate good practice for supporting children with Speech, Language and Communication Needs (SLCN): Visual support systems such as visual timetables, targets on the desk, targets shown on the whiteboard, prompt cards (for example a card, with a picture, to remind a child to listen for their ...
Talk for Work - I CAN Charity
Posted: (52 years ago) The one-day training course provides background on speech, language and communication needs (SLCN) as well as providing full details and materials to deliver the lessons and workshops. The training is delivered on-site in your school. Schools who only train small numbers of staff may wish to consider joining with other schools locally to share ...
Early Talk Boost Resources - I CAN Charity
Posted: (52 years ago) Welcome to the Early Talk Boost Resources. Here you will find free practitioner resources to download to help with running Early Talk Boost. From the afternoon of the 6th September you will be able to access the new version of the I CAN tracker. The process of running the intervention and recording the scores has not changed, we have just ...
Talk Boost KS2 Resources - I CAN
Posted: (52 years ago) Teacher Resources. Downloads for class teachers. We have provided copies of the resources for the Whole class and Homework activities for you to pass on to teachers following Talk Boost KS2 training. Teachers can use these versions on whiteboards and print off copies for homework. Whole class activities.
Talk Boost KS2 - I CAN Charity
Posted: (52 years ago) Talk Boost KS2 is a targeted intervention aimed at children 7-10 year old children with delayed language, aiming to boost their language skills helping them to catch up with their peers. The programme aims to accelerate children’s progress in language and communication, after an eight week intervention. Children who are selected to take part ...
Understanding Developmental Language Disorder
Posted: (52 years ago) Jan 07, 2021 · Children and young people with DLD have problems understanding and/or using spoken language, and because language underlies so much of what we do, there is almost certainly an impact on many other areas as well, including literacy, learning, social interaction, mental health and life chances. DLD is a lifelong condition, so children with this ...
TALK Parent Webinars - I CAN Charity
Posted: (52 years ago) “TALK” Parent Webinars . This exciting addition to our family support offer consists of four webinars aimed at parents of children aged 18 months to 2 ½ years who are concerned about their child’s language development.. The webinars are led by a speech and language therapist. In each webinar, w e will talk through a range of targeted activities and approaches that you can …
Communicating the Curriculum - I CAN Charity
Posted: (52 years ago) Communicating the Curriculum is a practical resource which will help primary schools to define and monitor children's progress in spoken language. It not only helps to show schools how the programme of study statements can be broken down in relation to the typical stages of language development, but also how they can use this to identify a pupil's progression.
Talk Boost speech and language interventions
Posted: (52 years ago) A well-known and popular resource, the Boosts are being delivered in 1000’s of settings around the country and cover age ranges 3-10 years. Delivered in 3 sessions a week for 8-10 weeks, Talk Boost interventions are proven to help children with delayed language boost their language skills to narrow the gap between them and their peers.. The Talk Boost approach supports …
EY SEND Partnership Virtual Training Opportunities
Posted: (52 years ago) Jan 08, 2021 · Kate Freeman is a Speech and Language Advisor, leading on I CAN’s work with the Early Years SEND Partnership. Below she discusses virtual training opportunities in the time of Covid-19. Like many organisations, I CAN has had to be agile in finding new ways to ensure that our quality offer remains available to practitioners and parents across ...
Talk and Play - I CAN Charity
Posted: (52 years ago) Talk and Play Project. The collaboration between I CAN, EasyPeasy and four local authorities will help early years providers to ensure that they have the skills and tools they need to support children’s speech, language and communication development at a time when many children will be returning to early years settings after a prolonged absence.
Early Voices - I CAN Charity
Posted: (52 years ago) About the programme. Early Voices was a national professional development and training programme for Health Visitors funded by Big Change, designed to impact the families that Health Visitors work with.It increased their knowledge in speech language and communication development, helped them share that knowledge as Communication Leaders and led to …
EYSEND Partnership - I CAN Charity
Posted: (52 years ago) The course includes a learning opportunity to be carried out between the two webinars. Learning Outcomes: You will be clear on your role and responsibilities in relation to young children with SLCN and how to monitor your effectiveness in the workplace;
Speaking Up for the Covid Generation
Posted: (52 years ago) It is already clear that Covid and the lockdowns it has involved have had a huge effect on children’s education. Children of all ages have been deprived of daily conversations, disrupting opportunities to develop vital skills in speaking and understanding. I CAN’s report, Speaking Up for the Covid Generation, is revealing just how harmful the impact has been.
Primary School Milestone Poster - I CAN
Posted: (52 years ago) Primary School Milestone Poster. This poster is an easy reference for teachers to understand children's speech and language development from 4-11 years and supports them in identifying children who may have speech, language and communication needs. This resource is available to download. This is an A2 sized poster so if printing please select ...
Speech and Language Therapy Assessment - I CAN Charity
Posted: (52 years ago) The average scaled score is 10 and the typical range is 7-13. This means if your child has got a score between 7 and 13 then their language skills are what we would expect for their age. If they got a score below 7, then their language skills are delayed. The typical range for percentile scores is 15-85, with the average being 50.
Progression Tools Early Years Set
Posted: (52 years ago) Progression Tools Early Years Set. £55.00. Buy now. This set of 2x Speech, Language and Communication Progression Tools covering ages 3-4, support staff in identifying children who may be struggling to develop their speech, language and communication skills. Quantity.
Commissioning speech and language therapy services
Posted: (52 years ago) The Communication Trust has developed a series of 'One Stop' Guides to take settings through some key steps to consider when planning to commission speech and language services. These include top tips on decision making around the service that you commission, practical steps to take to integrate your service into your setting and how to assess if it’s actually working.
Training & Licensing - I CAN Charity
Posted: (52 years ago) I CAN Licensing and Training. We train skilled early years practitioners, speech and language therapists and teachers to deliver interventions and programmes that improve children’s speech, language and communication skills. Our approaches are based on the best evidence available so that children receive help that gets results.
Through the Eyes of a Child Films - I CAN Charity
Posted: (52 years ago) Through the eyes of a child. During the national year of communication, 2011, The Communication Trust produced 4 films to help parents encourage their children's communication development. Narrated by comedian Kathy Burke, the films are full of useful advice on how parents can encourage their child to talk and how they can interact with them.
Educational Support for Children with Developmental ...
Posted: (52 years ago) Download our brand new support guide for teachers now. Developed in partnership with nasen and Whole School SEND, and funded by the Department of Education, this practical guide will give teachers and other school-based professionals guidance on how to identify and support children with DLD in mainstream primary and secondary schools.
Let's Get Knowsley Talking - I CAN Charity
Posted: (52 years ago) Jess Page is the I CAN Speech and Language Advisor who will deliver the training for the Let’s Get Knowsley Talking project. Jess is available for a general chat or to answer your questions before training begins. If you want to get in touch, Jess can be reached on [email protected]ican.org.uk or 020 7239 0002.
Talk Boost KS1 - I CAN Charity
Posted: (52 years ago) Talk Boost KS1 is a targeted intervention for 4-7 year old children with language that is delayed, including children in Reception classes. The programme is delivered in primary schools by classroom teachers and teaching assistants and provides a structured programme that boosts children’s progress in language and communication by an average ...
Talk for Work Member's hub - I CAN Charity
Posted: (52 years ago) Talk for Work Phases 1-3 and Course Reviews. These 4 PowerPoint presentations go with the 13 lessons in the programme. Phase 1 (lesson 1-4) introduces students to the programme and to communication skills. Phase 2 (lessons 5-8) builds on this, preparing students to deliver the Practice Workshop. Phase 3 (lessons 9-12) builds further, preparing ...
Communicating the Curriculum Resource Page
Posted: (52 years ago) Communicating the Curriculum also provides guidelines to support the recording of pupil performance: below what is expected, at the expected level, above what is expected and a mastery level. These reflect the frequency, confidence, consistency and context in which children demonstrate the skills and are based on what is known about how ...
The crucial role of health visitors in the early ...
Posted: (52 years ago) Sep 09, 2019 · The crucial role of health visitors in the early identification of speech, language and communication needs. Despite being a crucial part of early childhood development, speech and language is not currently part of formal health visitor training.
Talking about a Generation Report - I CAN Charity
Posted: (52 years ago) Talking About a Generation - a review into current policy, evidence and practice for speech, language and communication. Talking About a Generation, a new report from The Communication Trust, explores the development of speech, language and communication skills in children and young people, and especially those who struggle to communicate.. It reviews recent …
Facts, Statistics and Children’s Early Language
Posted: (52 years ago) Jun 05, 2019 · However, facts about children’s speech and language have long been absent from public consciousness. Only recently have startling facts about children’s early language hit the headlines: A ‘30 million word gap’ exists between children in disadvantaged communities and their peers. Children’s language at age 2 predicts reading, maths ...
3 years - I CAN Charity
Posted: (52 years ago) This Progress Checker has been written by speech and language therapists, based on typical developmental milestones. It is intended to be used as a guide only. No diagnosis can be made as children are not seen face to face. It is possible that concerns may be highlighted when there are not issues with children. ’. s speech and language.
The importance of spoken language and the impact of poor ...
Posted: (52 years ago) The impact of having poor spoken language affects educational outcomes, social relationships, employability and places young people at risk of poor mental health and offending. “Good communication is one of the most important skills anyone could have.”. “We need communication skills to get jobs, interviews, for later life.”.
Universally speaking 5-11 - I CAN Charity
Posted: (52 years ago) Universally speaking 5-11. £0.00. Buy now. Universally Speaking - ages and stages of children's communication development for children ages 5 to 11. This booklet is free to buy, other than the cost of postage (maximum of 5 copies per customer). Quantity.
Communication Champions - I CAN Charity
Posted: (52 years ago) This online training package was designed as part of the Norwich Opportunity Area Communication Champion project. The original vision of the project was to improve children’s early speech, language and communication development across the City of Norwich through training a group of Communication Champion Leaders in key concepts in children ...