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I CAN speech and language therapists have a free Help Enquiry Service available to you by calling on 020 7843 2544 to arrange a free phone call or you can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We can help explain any aspect of children’s talking and communication development that you may be concerned about. We can also talk you through ages and stages and what you can do to help your child and get the right support.
We have helped hundreds of parents and practitioners with a wide range of queries:
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We have helped hundreds of parents and childminders, teachers and SEN staff with a wide range of queries, giving useful tips, resources, relevant activities and signposting to helpful organisations. This is a great service to recommend to friends, colleagues and any parents you know.
Visit www.ican.org.uk/help for more information and to read our factsheets and frequently asked questions.
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19 March 2020
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18 March 2020
DSE21 are pleased to hear about a group that has recently started in the Colchester area for families with young children.
06 April 2019
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30 September 2017
A big thank you to Ruby Tibbs and her friends Maisie Harrison and Katie Johnson who ran a second hand handbag stall at the Rise Park fun day to celebrate its 80th anniversary.