NAPLIC have been told that the February 2nd edition of the TES includes a major feature on Developmental Language Disorder entitled “Developmental Language Disorder: everything you need to know”.
Interviewees include NAPLIC President, Professor Courtenay Norbury.
Check out www.tes.com from 2nd February 2018.
FIRST CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR NEWLY ESTABLISHED FUNDING FOR RESEARCH INTO DEVELOPMENTAL LANGUAGE DISORDERS (DLD)
The trust will be considering applications for up to £350,000 in the topic areas outlined below. We emphasise that those applications that closely reflect the areas outlined will be the most likely to receive funding:
In addition, applications on the following themes will also be welcomed:
The first call, for first round applications of 500 words, will open at the end of January 2018 and close 30th April 2018. A shortlist of projects will be selected for full review from these by mid May 2018 (deadline end of July) with final awards made in the late Autumn 2018.
The 2018 conference will be held in either late April or mid-May. The working themes currently are the Bercow 10 Years Review and next steps with Developmental Language Disorders, now that we have a label for the condition.
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The conference started Jean Gross summarising the findings of the Bercow 10 year review which included startling findings about the discrepancies between professionals and parents about how well families are listened to.