A Generation Adrift
A Generation Adrift draws together research which shows
that many children and young people aren't being adequately
supported to develop good communication skills and children with
speech language and communication needs (SLCN) are often
misunderstood, misinterpreted or missed altogether.
The paper includes current research from the Better
Communication Research Programme and also highlights the high
numbers of children living in poverty who have SLCN and that
one-third of children aren't confident speech, language and
communication when they reach five-years-old.
As well as highlighting these problems, the paper also brings to
light solutions such as the What Works database.
Download a copy of A Generation Adrift here.
You can also read our press release here.
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