Children's Speech & Language Therapy in Buckinghamshire

Additionally Resourced Provisions

What is an ARP?

An ARP is an Additionally Resourced Provision.These are specialist placements within mainstream schools for children with significant difficulties.   Specialist placements within Buckinghamshire mainstream schools are available for children with significant:

  • Speech and/or language impairments
  • Social communication difficulties
  • Physical difficulties
  • Hearing impairment

Children who attend the ARP benefit from intensive and flexible Speech and Language Therapy (SLT) and Specialist Teaching on site, according to their needs. They are members of mainstream classes and are taught alongside their peers within the classroom by experienced teaching staff. At times, children may receive specialist, small group teaching as part of their ARP provision.

External resources

Talking Point progress checker

Talking Point progress checker

Talking Point progress checker - Click here to go to Talking Point's Progress Checker, where you can check the progress of your child's language development by answering questions about their communication skills.

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Bucks Family Information Service

Bucks Family Information Service

The Buckinghamshire Family Information Service website contains information about services and activities for children and their families in Buckinghamshire.

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Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust

Buckinghamshire Healthcare Children and Young People’s Services

Click here for information about Buckinghamshire Healthcare's health visiting, school nursing, Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy services.

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Last updated: 18 February, 2016