Courses, workshops and learning
VOICE FOR LIFE
Workshop presentations – Bristol, Haydock Park and London – FREE downloads
Supporting Children Who Stammer (1.8 MB, 277 hits)
Assessment And Therapy Intervention Within Educational Diversity (390.8 KB, 253 hits)
Talking Partners (679.2 KB, 260 hits)
An Introduction to Sign Supported Communication (586.8 KB, 222 hits)
Selective Mutism (271.3 KB, 381 hits)
Raising Your Game (837.9 KB, 227 hits)
Learning Together Talking Together (729.5 KB, 253 hits)
The Assessment and Statementing Process (356.4 KB, 218 hits)
Communication Friendly Schools Status 5 Step Programme (474.9 KB, 283 hits)
Afasic Cymru Dragons Youth Club (1.3 MB, 122 hits)
Early Talk (802.1 KB, 194 hits)
Developing Functional Social Skills with Young People with SLCN (802.7 KB, 335 hits)
ICAN Assessment Service (928.6 KB, 153 hits)
Children and Families Bill (224.9 KB, 136 hits)
Early Support (1.7 MB, 165 hits)
Play-talk With the Under 5s (411.2 KB, 218 hits)
Talk Boost (775.2 KB, 211 hits)
The Parent Voice (1.4 MB, 146 hits)
Visual Supports and Strategies (1.7 MB, 271 hits)
Meeting the Needs of Young People with SLCN in Secondary Schools (589.8 KB, 191 hits)
Secondary Talk (590.3 KB, 146 hits)
Is Anyone Better Off? (654.8 KB, 65 hits)
Be Bilingual...Be Proud (1.1 MB, 44 hits)What you said about the Voice for Life events
Just wanted to say a huge THANK YOU for a wonderful and very useful day. I would be very grateful if you could pass on thanks to all those concerned in organising the event. Everyone I spoke to also thought it was an informative and highly enjoyable day which was incredibly organised.
It was jam-packed with so much useful information.
I really enjoyed the event.
About Voice for Life
Following the success of our free Voice for Life programme last year, in association with The Communication Trust (TCT) Afasic organised three more major events. In addition to the 30+ workshops, there was an exhibition, and activities for groups of local schoolchildren.
For ALL queries regarding these events, please contact Carol Lingwood.