Our in-house training course, How to Support Children with Development Language Disorder (DLD), aims to explore the hidden disability of DLD, which affects approximately two children in every classroom. There is no known single cause of DLD, but it has a significant, life-long effect on children causing them to struggle to understand and use spoken language. The comprehensive course provides an in-depth overview of what DLD is, how to identify children with DLD characteristics, recognise the impact on DLD on education and learn a variety of proven universal strategies for supporting pupils with DLD within the classroom and readily adapt your communication and teaching strategies to these pupils.
How will I benefit from this course?
Who is this course ideal for?
Our How to Support Children with Development Language Disorder (DLD) course, is perfect for education and childcare professionals, such as teachers, teaching assistants and SENCO’s. The course is also suitable for speech and language therapists, undergraduate and post graduate students who are undertaking a degree in the field and will be of benefit to parents of children with DLD, looking for support and more information.
Where will the course take place?
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, our training courses will be taking place online via Google Meets. All relevant support information for accessing the course will be sent out to attendees prior to the workshop.
When will the next course take place?
Our next training course on How to Support Children with Development Language Disorder (DLD) will be confirmed in 2021. However, if you would like to arrange this workshop before please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 0113 240 8510 with your enquiry.