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The communication and interaction skills of speech and language therapists applied more widely to healthcare
As speech and language therapists we are highly attuned to interaction. We recognise the link between communication competence and how people feel about themselves. Many of our interventions encourage ‘significant others’ to make changes to their communication. This gives our … Continue reading
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Summer 11 Speech & Language Therapy in Practice out now!
The Summer 11 issue of Speech & Language Therapy in Practice magazine was mailed to subscribers on Friday and Saturday, so should be with you very soon. As well as the second instalment in the new goal negotiation series and … Continue reading
Posted in Aphasia, Books, journals and articles, Community settings, CPD, Dysphagia, Ethics, Learning disability, Professional standards, Resources, Service delivery, Speech and Language Therapy Tagged accent on aphasia, area of deprivation, boundary issues, children's centre, collaborative project, community sentences, critical appraisal, dementia, Devon, dysphagia management, feeding eating and drinking difficulties, goal negotiation, Here's one I made earlier, in brief, intervention studies, Journal Club, library service, new professional roles, oral taster programmes, problem solving framework, SIGDOM, speech language and communication needs, Summer 11, total communication Leave a comment