Trouble Talking: A Guide for Parents of Children With Speech and Language Difficulties
The progression of the child with learning difficulties is crucial for all concerned. With input from professionals and parents with experience of communication difficulties, this text highlights child and parental roles and the facilities available agains.
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The Development of Speech and Language
What are Speech and Language Therapists
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