We wanted to ensure a way that anyone who wanted the information, could access it, when they needed it. This single portal now gives you access to all the CATTS online training we have created, as well as allowing you book in-person classes and events (such as Lámh) when they are available. So, take a seat, and see what courses you would like to take by viewing our Full Catalogue, or browsing through the featured listing below.
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Practical Techniques to help a child’s communication
Children with communication difficulties need extra practice. Typical kids need hundreds of repetitions of a word to learn a word (except for swear words) and kids with communication difficulties often need more than that.
This short video course is designed to get you thinking about solving the root cause of why people find they have too little time.
It has some tips, trick and highlights common pitfalls.
If you find you need more hours in the day- this course is for you.
Did you know?
Teachers are 32 times more likely to report voice difficulties than the average person.
11% of teachers reported a current voice disorder, with 58% experiencing a voice problem during their career. (Nelson 2005)
Teachers are 4% of the working population, but compose 20% of patients seen in voice clinics.
During this talk, you will learn:
The Teacher’s voice (Why it’s different)
How the voice works
Adapting your environment
Posture and Breathing
Participants will be able to:
Develop a stronger understanding of the nature and development of stuttering and how to use that knowledge to assess and treat stuttering in children which is tailored to meet their individual needs.
Be able to implement appropriate formal and informal “portfolio” assessments for stuttering for both preschool and school age children who stutter.
Recognize the components of differential diagnosis for assessment of stuttering in the younger child.
Develop effective treatment plans based on individualized assessment information through implementation of case studies.
Develop a wider repertoire of strategies for treating preschool age stuttering.
We are always looking for feedback and suggestions for courses, or briefings which can directly help people support their loved ones, or children or adults in their care. If you have an idea for a topic or course which you would love to see, let us know.