Children's Speech & Language Therapy in Buckinghamshire

SLT Archive

News

17 Sep 2015

New National SLT Outcome Measures

The Buckinghamshire Speech and Language Therapy Service will be joining a national initiative from the beginning of the Spring Term 2016 to use the Enderby and John, (2015) Therapy Outcome Measures for Rehabilitation Practitioners, TOMs, to evaluate children’s progress in a more holistic, functional way. Over the Spring and Summer Terms 2015, the Buckinghamshire SLT … Read more

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9 Jan 2015

Website Feedback

We are already gathering very exciting analytics from our website e.g. over the 2 weeks from 27 October to 10 November 2014, the website had 1 231 page views. The majority of website visitors were from the UK, but there were also a number of hits from North America, South America, Europe, India and Australia. … Read more

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9 Jan 2015

Training Modules

The SLT Service is currently working closely with the Buckinghamshire Healthcare IT and Learning and Development Teams to develop a range of short, interactive, online training modules for parents and/or teaching staff which would be accessible on the Bucks SLT website. This is a really exciting development because it will enable a far wider audience … Read more

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9 Jan 2015

iPads

Every SLT and SLT Assistant in Buckinghamshire now has their own iPad. The staff have already downloaded a range of Apps to enable them to use their iPads for therapy e.g. Apps, which have a huge variety of beautiful photographs of people performing different actions, rhyming Apps to develop children’s ability to detect rhyme, sequencing … Read more

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9 Jan 2015

Education Health and Care Plans

The Buckinghamshire SLT Service has worked closely with the Local Authority Special Educational Needs Team to develop a local format for the new EHC Plans. The format of all SLT reports will mirror the EHC Plans and will therefore include information on the child’s: Strengths – what the child can do Needs – the areas … Read more

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