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Elklan

Elklan can train you to improve children's communication skills.Elklan training courses are written by Speech and Language Therapists to give adults an introduction to communication in children and young people. School and nursery staff, parents and carers can all gain knowledge and skills that will significantly help...

Speech therapy

Norfolk Community Health & Care NHS Trust

The Community Speech and Language Therapy Team consists of 7 fully qualified and registered Speech and Language Therapists and a Speech & Language Therapy Assistant. We offer expert assessment and management of communication and swallowing problems associated with ageing, stroke,...

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Community Speech & Language Therapy (Adults) Service, Norwich Community Hospital, Bowthorpe Road, Norwich, Norfolk, NR2 3TU

East Coast Community Healthcare CIC

The service can help children who have difficulty with communicating, understanding, speaking and swallowing.Interpretation and translation services can be arranged by staff, for users of this service.

Health

Children's Speech & Language Therapy,Suite 5B, First Floor Rosebery Court, St. Andrew’s Business Park, Norwich, Norfolk, NR7 0HS

East Coast Community Healthcare CIC

The service can help children who have difficulty with communicating, understanding, speaking and swallowing.Interpretation and translation services can be arranged by staff, for users of this service.

Health

Speech and Language Therapy Department, Shrublands Health Centre, Magdalen Way, Gorleston, Norfolk, NR31 8EA

Cued Speech UK

Cued Speech UK, provides information about and training in Cued Speech to the parents of deaf children and the professionals who work with them. Cued speech is a simple sound based system which uses 8 eight hand shapes in four...

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The Forces, Forces Cross, Blackawton, Totnes, Taunton, Devon, TQ6 9RW

Queen Elizabeth Hospital King's Lynn NHS Foundation Trust

The Adult Speech and Language Therapy Service based at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn aims to enable patients to communicate to the best of their ability through assessment, treatment and providing advice and support. We also help patients to...

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Speech & Language Therapy Dept, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Gayton Road, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 4ET

MTW Speech and Language Therapy

We are an Independent Speech and Language Therapy team working in Norwich and the surrounding areas.We provide a friendly and approachable service that specialises in working with children with complex needs, speech/language delay and disorder, social communication difficulties and eating and drinking difficulties.We provide a tailored...

Speech therapy

Alpha Inclusion

http://www.alphainclusion.co.uk/workshopsAlpha Inclusion provides a flexible service to meet the inclusion needs of families, schools and organisations working with children and young people.We offer a range of solutions:Family solutions - advice and practical solutions to support families of students with complex needs including social communication difficulties. We offer workshops...

Autism and asperger syndrome

Alpha Incluision & Communication, Suite 9b, Keswick Hall, Norwich, NR4 6TJ

PECS

PECS is a unique alternative/augmentative communication system. PECS was first implemented with preschool students diagnosed with Autism at the Delaware Autism Program. The findings from the program were that 76% of children placed on PECS acquired speech as either their sole communication system or augmented by...

Education, training and employment support

Ipswich, Norwich or Cambridge, Pyramid Educational Consultants UK Ltd work across the whole of the UK, Ireland and beyond. Our office is located in Brighton on the south coast but we deliver training and, IP1 1UP

The Communication Trust

The Communication Trust is a coalition of over 50 not-for-profit organisations. Working together we support everyone who works with children and young people in England to support their speech, language and communication

Education, training and employment support

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