Communication at the Heart of the School is a complete approach to promoting communication skill development for children with a learning disability.
An exciting new approach which recognises the different dynamics of classrooms for children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). It is designed to be flexible and can be tailored to meet different needs.
Developed by Rachel Sawford and Ann Miles and based on their extensive experience working with children with learning disabilities.
Designed to be used in schools by Speech and Language Therapists and Teachers working together.
CATHS NEW Training Course
A course for speech and language therapists and education staff working with children communicating at early developmental levels.
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A simple, practical approach for communication development in schools.
A shared approach between Education and the Speech and Language Therapist.
Shows how to embed communication and interaction within education.
Shows how to create communication friendly environments.
Enables one Speech and Language Therapist with a large caseload to be effective.
Includes six communication assessments with guidance on formulating an effective future plan.
Includes a Communication Pathway to identify specific communication needs which can be met though specialist packages.
Inclusive of other approaches with similar philosophies.