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Training courses: ‘8 causes of reading difficulty’ & ‘Elklan’

John Cane writes about a couple of speech and language therapy training courses that he has attended recently, including one covering 11 to 16-year-olds. Training courses: ‘8 causes of reading difficulty’ & ‘Elklan’ by  John Cane. Advertisements

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My working life…

John Cane, a first time contributor to Weekly Blog Club,  writes about his work as an independent speech and language therapist working in primary and secondary schools. My working life… by John Cane.

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What Counts?

Susan Munro has been busy over the past month. She tells us about what she’s been doing, and considers what outcomes matter in her work as a speech and language therapist in adult mental health. What Counts? by Susan D Munro.

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Therapy Through the Looking Glass

Susan Munro recently wrote about taking students working on placements, and this week’s guest post is by a student to whom she was Clinical Educator recently. It was clearly an experience from which the student learned a lot. Therapy Through

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What’s in a Name?

Lots to think about in this blog about mental health – do labels give a clear distinct diagnosis to patients? Or are they actually inflexible tags that reduce people to being defined as little more than their conditions? Lots to

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