The primary aim of this book is to support clinicians and teachers in helping children to become independent thinkers and learners. This is especially relevant for children with speech, language and communication needs (SLCN) who have been significantly affected by the Covid pandemic of the early 2020s.
A Metacognitive Approach to Speech and Language Therapy Intervention describes a particular approach to intervention that covers not only a theory of therapy but also has relevance to the debate around neurodiversity ‒ a debate about how individuals are accepted and supported to develop along their own parameters of need rather than the desires and expectations of others’ agendas. By using the approach outlined in this book, children with SLCN will be helped to take ownership and become active participants in the learning process where reflection and use of strategies is paramount.
Forthcoming Spring 2025
Price guide: £24.99, [+postage and packing]