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This factsheet encourages non-English speaking parents to talk to their children in their own language.
This resource is designed to reinforce a collaborative approach between speech and language therapists, referrers and parents in the identification and management of children with developmental speech and language and communication needs (including children with feeding and/or swallowing...
This card outlines the key skills, causes for concern and management options for children aged 24 months and 30 months.
This leaflet was developed for parents and carers of babies aged up to one year old who need help learning to talk.
This leaflet was developed for parents and carers of babies aged between two and three years old who need help learning to talk.
This is the first update newsletter of the Speech, language and communication therapy action plan. The action plan was developed by the Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety (DHSSPS) with the aim that all children and young people at risk of or presenting with speech, language or...
DES has commenced a review of education in the Gaeltacht with a view to identifying options for educational provision in primary and post-primary schools in Gaeltacht areas of varying linguistic profiles as well as clarifying the Department’s policy with regard to teaching through Irish in...
The objective of Government policy in relation to Irish is to increase on an incremental basis the use and knowledge of Irish as a community language. Specifically, the Government’s aim is to ensure that as many citizens as possible are bilingual in both Irish and English. It is an integral...
Subject: Speech, Language, Therapy
This factsheet encourages non-English speaking parents to talk to their children in their own language.