‘Close’ creative project for children with speech, language and communication needs
Children aged 5-11 years with speech, language and communication needs are invited to take part in a creative project ‘Close’. The group will capture their near environment in photographs and sound recordings. A selection of the images and sounds captured will be collaged to create audio-visual artworks and displayed online in October.
As part of a collaboration with the University of Reading paediatric speech and language therapy clinic, parents/carers and children who participate in the project will be invited to answer some questions about their experiences with a speech and language therapist after the project is complete. Participation in this study will be voluntary and will not affect participation in the art project. To find out more email Emma Pagnamenta via firstname.lastname@example.org.
This study has received ethical approval by the PCLS School Ethics Research Committee, project 2020-087-EP, end date 30-09-20.
The impact of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) on the social and emotional functioning of children and young people with Speech, Language and Communication Needs
We are conducting a study exploring the impact of COVID-19 on children and young people with Speech, Language & Communication needs (SLCN).
To find out more contact Emma Pagnamenta via email@example.com.
Database of Developmental Speech and Language Disorder Profiles
The aim of the Database of Developmental Speech and Language Disorder Profiles project is to explore how children with speech and language problems in childhood have different clinical profiles and how they respond to speech and language therapy. Families who attend the University of Reading paediatric speech and language therapy clinic will be invited to take part in the project. Participation involves completing some parental questionnaires and speech and language assessments.
To find out more contact Emma Pagnamenta via firstname.lastname@example.org. Taking part in this project is entirely voluntary.