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Empower Learning and Support Teachers, teachers and Teaching Assistants in their work with students with language and communication needs (SLCN) and indicate the need for further support for the child where required. This is done through screening, intervention, staff training and support which are all included in one yearly subscription.

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Speech & Language Link School Bundle

Online subscription to all three products - Speech Link, Infant Language Link and Junior Language Link.
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Schools can book a FREE, no obligation trial of the award-winning speech and language support packages. Please fill in the form at the bottom of this page.

Speech Link and Language Link, empower Learning and Support Teachers, teachers and Teaching Assistants in their work with students with language and communication needs (SLCN) and indicate the need for further support for the child where required. This is done through screening, intervention, staff training and support which are all included in one yearly subscription.

Recent data from England shows almost 20% of low SES children and almost 10% of high SES children entering Reception in 2020 had significant receptive language issues, that will have a negative impact on their school adjustment and progress.  There’s no reason to believe things are much different in Australia.  The good news is that there’s a lot schools can do to meet these needs. Click here to read more.

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The hidden difficulty of SLCN (students with language and communication needs)

Research indicates that many students with language and communication needs get overlooked in schools. Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Specific Learning Difficulties are generally identified more frequently than those with language and communication difficulties when, in reality, language difficulties are more common. Some studies have identified up to 23% of students with language and communication issues.

So why are SLCN so often missed or mis-identified?

Underlying language problems can be disguised as poor behaviour, weak literacy or even learning difficulties. In fact, it is often struggling with reading comprehension tasks that first alert staff to SLCN.

Schools need tools they can trust to accurately identify and support SLCN at all stages of a child’s school life. Boosting language skills can increase attainment and life chances for individuals, and that has to be worth striving for.

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