Speech and Language Therapists provide support to with communication difficulties. For instance, some children find it difficult to pay attention and listen to others. Some find it difficult follow instructions or understand what words and sentences mean. Others may have difficulties finding the right words, putting words in the correct order or using correct grammar.
Weekly sessions are run by the Speech and Language Therapist to develop children’s attention and listening skills, understanding and use of language and social communication skills. Therapists also carry out assessment and provide advice to help staff support a communication friendly environment.