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Useful websites

For SLTs

 

www.rcslt.org.uk the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists

 

http://www.helpwithtalking.com/ ASLTIP – to provide information about and to support SLTs in private practice


http://www.naplic.org.uk  NAPLIC® is an established national organisation for teachers, speech and language therapists and other professionals, led by a volunteer committee elected by the membership.

 



For Parents

www.afasicengland.org.uk   information about speech and language difficulties

 

www.talkingpoint.org.uk  very helpful website, with lots of good advice and info for SLTs, teachers and parents.

 

www.cafamily.org.uk very helpful for families of disabled children

 

www.dyslexiaaction.org.uk helps to assess and support people with dyslexia and to train and support professionals working with dyslexic people.

 

www.hello.org.uk supporting and encouraging communication between parents and children

 

www.ican.org.uk  Nuffield speech and language – their mission is to ensure that no child who struggles to communicate is left out or left behind.

 

www.nas.org.uk supporting families who have people (and children) with autism

 

www.literacytrust.org.uk  - believe that society will only be fair when everyone can communicate as well as they need. They run the ‘talk to your baby’ campaign and research into ways of encouraging parent child communication eg forward facing buggies,

 

www.makaton.org.uk The Makaton charity

 

www.speech-therapy.org.uk  seeks to help SLTs. They aim to improve the care of people with Speech and Language disorders

 

www.downs-syndrome.org.uk supporting parents, families professionals and education

 

http://www.cheynecharity.org.uk small charity seeking to help families who have a child with cerebral palsy

 

https://www.uclh.nhs.uk Nuffield speech and hearing

 

 

ASLTIP (association for speech and language therapists in independent practice)

http://www.helpwithtalking.com/Default.aspx

 





For Schools:

Essex provision guidance toolkit

http://schools.essex.gov.uk/pupils/sen/Provision%20Guidance/Pages/Provision-Guidance-Toolkit.aspx