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Communication enables us to connect with others and learn about our world. When communication breaks down, it can affect our entire lives, resulting in anxiety and frustration and interfering with social relationships.

Here are some ideas about how to help yourself, or someone else, with a communication difficulty.


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Teacher, Student and Parent Resources


The following resources can be used by teachers to gain further understanding about supporting children with communication disorders, improving early literacy, or providing support to parents in helping their children’s development.


Advice from students with learning disabilities

Talking Point: how to support the needs of all children

Resources from The Communications Trust for teachers and learning support staff

Early literacy tools and articles

6 strategies to improve your child’s reading comprehension

Do You Know Key Phonological Awareness Concepts? Test Yourself.


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