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Support with language and communication difficulty

Specialist Teachers - speech, language, communication difficulties and autism

The specialist teachers are qualified in teaching children with autism, speech, language and social communication difficulties.

They:

  • help children of pre-school age up to the age of 19
  • assess communication skills
  • give advice and support to teachers in order to ensure that the child gains access to a broad and balanced curriculum, including the National Curriculum
  • give guidance to classroom assistants
  • give advice and support to parents
  • advise the LEA and schools on appropriate equipment and aids
  • co-operate closely with other agencies, e.g.the Speech and Language Therapy Service and voluntary organisations
  • foster the social and personal development of children with a hearing impairment
  • offer training
  • track and monitor pupil progress

Aims of the Service

To help learners with communication, language and speech difficulties to develop educationally to the best of their ability.

Provide a high-quality service within the Education Authority’s schools and in mainstream schools where appropriate.

If you require further information, please contact:

Delyth Molyneux
ALN Advisor and Line Manager
SEN Joint Committee
Plas Llanwnda
Castle Street
Caernarfon
Gwynedd LL55 1SH

Tel: 01286 679 696
Fax: 01286 679 912
Email: delythm@cynnal.co.uk

Contact Anglesey's Special Educational Needs Services

General Enquiries
Tel:(01248) 752922
Croesawir galwadau yn y Gymraeg
Email:aaaed@anglesey.gov.uk

Useful information

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