Inclusive Communication

Inclusive Communication

Inclusive communication means sharing information in a way that more people can understand.

For service providers, it means making sure that you recognise when people understand and express themselves in different ways.

For people who use services, it means getting information and expressing themselves in ways that meet their needs.

It is important for us all to understand thatRead more.

Chatta – an app to develop language skills

Chatta – an app to develop language skills

In a digital age, children and young people are spending more time engaging with technology than ever before and it can be challenging to see how we can use that to support development rather than distract from it. With a child glued to their screen, there is sometimes a concern that they are not practising and growing their communication abilities enough, even if theyRead more.

Update to our Terminology – September 2017

Update to our Terminology – September 2017

As people interested in speech and language, we all know that language changes constantly, and the speech and language world has recently made quite a big step in updating some key terminology to make it clear and unified. This is a really great step, as confusion around terminology had been a barrier to people accessing support for quite some time, so we want to do our part in helping to promoteRead more.