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Author(s): McCartney, Elspeth
Forbes, Joan
Title: Social capital in professionals' connections around digital support for children with DLD: beyond the Covid-19 crisis
Citation: McCartney E & Forbes J (2021) Social capital in professionals' connections around digital support for children with DLD: beyond the Covid-19 crisis. 1st International Developmental Language Disorder Research Conference (IDLDRC2021), Online, 20.09.2021-22.09.2021.
Issue Date: 20-Sep-2021
Date Deposited: 15-Sep-2021
Conference Name: 1st International Developmental Language Disorder Research Conference (IDLDRC2021)
Conference Dates: 2021-09-20 - 2021-09-22
Conference Location: Online
Abstract: School children with Developmental Language Disorder (DLD) require family engagement, and close co-professional working between schools and speech and language therapists/pathologists to provide effective support. In Scotland, one of four UK nations, most SLTs work in a Health Board, part of the National Health Service (NHS). Most children attend non-selective local schools, run by a Local Authority (LA). So large, separate, health and education organisations must work together so that children with DLD receive high-quality teaching and learning appropriate for all; and school-based language learning programmes; and individualised interventions, planned by an SLT and delivered directly by an SLT or indirectly by others, including teachers or school-based assistants.
Status: AM - Accepted Manuscript
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