Introduction to Social Communication Disorders
What will you learn?
In this course you'll learn about the features of social communication disorders and consider the larger long term implications of this. You'll also learn some strategies to use in the classroom, and ways of identifying those young people who require additional support.
Strategies to support young people with social skill deficits
Social skills milestones and the consequences of having a deficit
Risk factors for social communication difficulties
Identifying young people with social communications difficulties
Strategies to help
Specialist Speech & Language Therapist
Alicia is a qualified Speech and Language Therapist and the Head of Speech and Language Therapy at Mable Therapy. Alicia specialises in working with young people with SEMH needs and social communication disorders. She has a vast amount of experience working with young people age 16+ and is a strong advocate for those children who may have been let down previously. Alicia campaigns to raise awareness around the role of the speech and language therapist and all of the areas they can support children with.