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The Impact of Mental Health and Speech and Language Issues on School Attendance

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Top tips to help children develop their speech and language at home

Last year was challenging to say the least. Everyone has been affected by the devastating results of the pandemic, including our children.

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Helping students with autism return to school

The past year has seen immense changes in how we live our lives, and inevitably these changes have impacted our mental health. For some, this has meant a period of loss and..

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Could poor communication skills be holding students back in maths?

With hundreds of pupils starting school with poor speech and language skills and even more children struggling with basic social skills, there is no wonder we are seeing the..

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How to help your child develop their speech and language skills

When your child’s speech or communication skills are not developing at the same rate as other children their age it can be a concern. Mable Therapy provides Adult-Child..

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Schools Guide to Online Speech & Language Services

Why do we need this guide? Several weeks into our third lockdown and from what I have heard from parents you are doing an amazing job shifting from the classroom to an online..

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Dyslexia and Speech & Language Therapy?

Isn’t dyslexia that thing that makes it hard for people to read and write? So what has that got to do with speech and language therapy? Good Question! The definition of dyslexia..

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I’m a child with autism: get me out of here!

This year we have seen Anne Hegerty (aka The Governess) join the jungle! Anne received a diagnosis of Aspergers, a form of Autism, in 2003 at the age of 45. Aspergers can make..

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How Speech, Language and Communication difficulties ‘Made a Murderer’

I’m sure I am not the only person who is heartbroken by the plight of Brendan Dassey on Netflix’s documentary series ‘Making a Murderer’. Watching season 2 of the Netflix..

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A Guide to Vocabulary Teaching: Part 1

As every teacher knows, vocabulary knowledge is key. A student who has an extensive vocabulary tends to be able to follow instructions more successfully, write more interesting..

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