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Courses Calendar

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CONFERENCE Social thinking: Joining the dots with hearing loss

In any communication or learning situation, whether face to face or online – we need to think socially. When we do, we can infer meaning, recognise subtle gestures and respond to what people are thinking and feeling. Juggling these skills, is how we learn and ke... Read more >

November 7, 2018

Autobiographical Memory

THINKING ABOUT MYSELF AND MY PERSONAL STORIES THINKING ABOUT OTHERS ‘Parents who tell and read stories in a rich and responsive way have young children with advanced language, memory, and emotional development, and adolescents with a healthy sense of identit... Read more >

November 26, 2018

Social thinking in the early years

“Remember that every good friend was once a stranger” We can all recall the positive feelings we get from being in a group of people who make us laugh, listen to our troubles and help solve life problems. Whether we are 4 or 44 years old we need the skil... Read more >

November 27, 2018

PORTUGAL 2 DAY COURSE, AG BELL ACCREDITED Children with hearing loss: Developing listening, language and literacy in the early years

A two day workshop with Professor Connie Mayer, Lyndsey Allen, Pedro Bras da Silva and Isabel Monterio for professionals supporting young children with hearing loss. We’ll watch a live therapy session and use it for reflective discussion and get hands on with lo... Read more >

December 14, 2018

2 DAY COURSE An introduction to working with children with hearing loss: for Speech and Language Therapists

Research shows hearing loss impacts children’s ability to develop speech and language, social skills and social understanding. Along with the 45,000 children with permanent hearing loss in the UK, many more will have a temporary hearing loss because of glue ea... Read more >

January 10, 2019

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