Making Sure Every Child Chatters


Being able to be understood, use language and communicate with others is the foundation for all learning and social development.  It has a bearing on everything we do in life.  Without these skills children may struggle to learn and make friends.  This in turn limits their life chances.  Kate Freeman, professional adviser for children’s communication charity I CAN explores the impact of poor communication.

DATE: 01/01/1970

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