Research

 Research links:  ( correct at April  2016)

10% present with a speech and language impairment – Current emerging statistics indicate > 15% of 2-3 year olds are being identified at their 30 month review.

30 month review statistics

 

75% with persistent SLCN require special education provision.

Special Educational Provision

 

50 -100% of CYP with behaviour /emotional /social difficulties have SLCN.

http://www.idponline.org.uk/downloads/ey-besd.pdf

 

50 – 90% with persistent SLCN have reading difficulties.

50-90% with persistent SLCN have reading difficulties

 

50% with SLCN are less likely to go into higher education.

SLCN 50% less likely to go into higher education

 

40% of young offenders have difficulty with spoken language.

40% of young offenders have SLCN

 

81% of employers identify communication as the most important “soft skill”.

Employers view on communication

 

40% of adults with SLCN stay at home or struggle with independent living.

40% of adults with SLCN struggle with independent living