Children with speech, language and communication needs: quick guide
Author: Caroline Bennett, assistant director and Hannah Warwick, principal officer (social care), Council for Disabled Children
Publication Date: 11 January 2018
Photo: John Birdsall/Rex
Contents Introduction Some common communication systems and methods Communication needs and safeguarding Advocacy Intermediaries Further reading Introduction The right for all children to communicate is underpinned by the Human Rights Act 1998 and should be enshrined in the core values of all agencies working with children. In addition, legislation requires that the wishes and feelings […]
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