Communication Trust: Misunderstood: supporting children and young people with speech, language and communication needs
Communication Trust: Don’t get me wrong: Information for supporting children and young people with speech, language and communication needs
Communication Trust: Universally Speaking: The ages and stages of children’s communication development. From birth to 5 years
Early Support: Information about Speech, Language and Communication Needs
Other ways of Speaking: Supporting children and young people who have no speech or whose speech is difficult to understand
Early Support: Information for parents: Speech and Language Difficulties
Listen up: resources to encourage listening, understanding, interaction and play. For pre-school children
Communication Trust Postcards
Bryan K, Freer J, Furlong C. Language and communication difficulties in juvenile offenders. International Journal of Language and Communication Difficulties, 2007; 42, 505-5
Elliott N. (2009). An Investigation into the Communication Skills of Long-Term Unemployed Young Men. University of Glamorgan.
Locke A., Ginsborg J., Peers I. 2002. Development and disadvantage: implications for the early years and beyond. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders. 37 (1), pp. 3-15.
Royal Society of Speech and Language Therapists. What is speech therapy?
Tomblin J.B., Records NL., Buckwalter P., Zhang X., Smith E., O’Brien M. 1997. Prevalence of Specific Language Impairment in Kindergarten Children. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research, Vol. 40, pp.1245-60.