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Speech and Language UK

Speech and Language UK

We are Speech and Language UK, and we want every child to face the future with confidence.

 

For 1.7 million children in the UK, learning to talk and understand words feels like an impossible hurdle. So we give children and young people the skills they need so they aren't left behind, waiting to be understood.

 

Help for Parents

We know that it can be hard to know where to start if you are worried about your child’s development. If you think your child is having challenges with talking and understanding words, we are here to help you. Our free resources and services can help with understanding what to look out for, how to get support and even some simple ways you can help your child at home. 

 

 

Tools and Training

Whether you’re working with early years, primary or secondary students, we can help you support children who struggle with talking and understanding words. Find out more about our training and programmes like our Talk Boosts below.

 

Visit the Educator Hub page on the Speech and Language UK website

 

Who is this aimed at?

Parents and families

 

Where

Online

 

How to get involved

For information or support, please phone 020 7843 2510 or email info@speechandlanguage.org.uk.

 

Contact details

Phone: 020 7843 2510

Email: info@speechandlanguage.org.uk

 

For further information

For more information about Speech and Language UK search Speech and Language UK in this directory.

 

Visit the Speech and Language UK website

Visit the Signs and Symptoms page on the Speech and Language UK website

Visit the Ages and Stages page on the Speech and Language UK website

Visit the Resource Library page on the Speech and Language UK website

Visit the For Professionals page on the Speech and Language UK website

Visit the Educator Hub page on the Speech and Language UK website

Visit the Speech and Language UK Facebook page

Visit the Speech and Language UK Twitter feed

 

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