Frequently asked questions
Support for a child with SLCN (Speech, Language and Communication Needs)
Speech and Language development
This model shows the the layers involved within learning language. A child will start at the bottom of the model and develop different skills until they reach the top of the model.
Speech Link has a number of links which can support your child with parts of speech, understanding, attention and focus.
Here are a number of resources that can be used to support your child with language differences.
NHS Speech and Language Service
This link has a number of videos which shows you a number of different strategies and games you can do at home to support your child at home.
Cognition and Learning
Made By Dyslexia has lots of advice and support for any child with a reading or writing difficulty. It also has a number of webinars and videos about dyslexia.
The British Dyslexia Association has lots of advice and support for any child with a reading or writing difficulty.
If your child has a particular difficulty with Maths the link below can help you find out more about supporting your child.
Social, Emotional and Mental Health
Autism Berkshire supports families in Slough who have a child with autism. They can support in a number of different ways.
Young Minds is a charity that offers support to any child with emotional difficulties.
This link gives lots of support and guidance to support families with a child with ADHD.
Sensory and Physical
CYPIT NHS therapy service
This link has lots of support for fine and gross motor skills, toileting, eating and any sensory needs.
It might be that your child is over stimulated in the classroom or at home. This website gives support on how to help them manage the environment.