In this TES podcast Professor Courtenay Norbury from UCL (and NAPLIC Chair) discusses Developmental Language Disorder and its link to behaviour and learning
Professor Courtenay Norbury debunks the myths that surround Developmental Language Disorder.
Provide free by the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists, this online learning tool is for all in the youth justice sector.
Mainstream press coverage of Developmental Language Disorder. Free to access, but readers need to register.
A video featuring students from Moor House School in Surrey talk openly about how DLD impacts on them.
In July 2018 the UK Parliament held a Westminster Hall debate about the provision for children and young people with SLCN. In preparation for this a briefing paper was written. Very useful if you wish to know about the UK context.
University of Oxford have produced this brief video explaining Developmental Language Disorder in simple terms.
Driver Youth Trust has written bullet points for teachers about identification and support of students with Developmental Language Disorder
Speech and Language Therapist, Bryony Rust has made a succinct video explaining DLD. Suitable as an introduction. With bonus seaside scenery!
Professor Dorothy Bishop explaining the changes in terminology and clinical implications.
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“The NAPLIC conference is always a highlight of the year and this year felt unmissable. The range of speakers was excellent. I was so impressed with the way it was run. I really appreciated hearing from academics whose research I follow and also hearing about best practice. The balance between teachers/therapists felt particularly good this year. I think the Committee have done an incredible job pulling this conference together.”
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