Let's make it visual - Down syndrome and language development

We will cover why the written word is used as a visual tool to develop language skills - clarity of speech, grammar, vocabulary, sentence utterance will be discussed and illustrated. Ideas to develop reading, writing and spelling skills will also be covered.

Let’s make it visual

Using visual resources to develop the language, communication and literacy skills of children with Down syndrome

 

Monday 25th February 2019, 9.30 to 12.30pm at The Pamela Sunter Centre, Bingley

The morning will cover why the written word is used as a visual tool to develop language skills. Methods to develop clarity of speech, grammar, vocabulary, and lengthen sentence utterance will be discussed and  illustrated.

It will also detail visual timetables, conversation diaries and ideas to develop reading, writing and spelling skills.

COST: £60 per professional (£15for second person from same school)/£15 per family member. If cost is prohibitive you are welcome to attend but please

consider organising a fundraising event for us, thank you

Memory stick of resources available £10.00

  •  Very useful to be given lots of ideas on a range of resources
  •  I liked the real examples of school work and the video clips

 


Opportunity

Published: 28/01/2019
Audience: Staff working with children and young people who have Down syndrome and other learning disabilities
Contact: Wendy Uttley

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