Free informal SLCN workshop for parents and carers

A free, informal workshop for parents and carers to consider the links between behaviour and speech, language and communication needs is taking place on Monday 22 March.

Does your child have difficulty with listening? Attention? Communication? Friendships? Literacy? This free virtual event will aim to raise awareness of speech, language and communication needs (SLCN) and considers the impact on a child’s social, emotional and mental health (SEMH). SLCN can become apparent through a child’s behaviour in a variety of ways and we shall provide further insight into these complex links.

The session provides an opportunity to share ideas about what works for you and a chance to discuss and learn from other parents/carers. And there will also be an opportunity for questions to the Advisory Teachers and Family Worker from the Communication and Interaction Team and the Social, Emotional and Mental Health team.

The workshop will take place from 1pm to 2.30pm.

To book your free place, please contact Sue Vanstone by emailing or by calling 01392 287355.