Tag Archives: Speech & Language Therapy in Practice

Supporting people with aphasia to volunteer: useful publications

Do you encourage or support people with aphasia to volunteer? This topic was explored in the article 'Any volunteers?' in the Winter 10 issue of Speech & Language Therapy in Practice. Carole Cross of Connect has been in touch to alert readers to two … Continue reading

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Speech and language therapist Annabel Bosanquet

I was saddened to learn via the Voice Care Network UK of the recent death of speech and language therapist Annabel Bosanquet. Annabel worked in independent practice as a voice specialist. Coming from a background in the theatre, she was also a … Continue reading

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Winter 10 issue of Speech & Language Therapy in Practice on its way

Usually the Winter issue of Speech & Language Therapy in Practice goes out before the weather has really started to bite – but not this year! Winter 10 was posted from the mailing house in Lewes yesterday to UK and … Continue reading

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‘Hello’ to the National Year of Communication

Tsars, supremos, working parties, interdepartmental committees, royal commissions – it's easy for 'Yes, Prime Minister' (Gielgud Theatre, London) to be cynical. While the playwrights have a point, I had just come from a Communication Trust reception at the House of Commons which … Continue reading

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