Student placement with Talking Mats

We are delighted to have Celine Josephine Giese, a 4th year psychology student from the University of Stirling, on placement with us. As part of her placement she has to write a series of blogs which she has kindly shared with us. This is the first in the series. Talking Mats is a social enterprise, that has […]

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CLCH large group

Person-centred approach to health planning

It was great to meet with Nikki Steiner, Principal Speech and Language Therapist with Central London Community Health Care Trust (CLCH), to evaluate the work that was commissioned by CLCH. The project started in the spring of 2016 and aimed to support a person-centred and inclusive approach to health planning and intervention using the Talking […]

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Assisting vulnerable people to communicate

Many thanks to Nicola Lewis from London who has sent us this powerful blog. She has 2 roles – one as a Registered Intermediary with adults with learning disabilities and the other as a family mediator working with children. I started work as an intermediary, assisting vulnerable people to communicate their evidence to the police and in […]

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Living with Aphasia Conference

Thanks to Gill Pearl for sending us this information about an international conference for people with aphasia. Where:  Warwick Conference Centre, Coventry, England When:  Sunday 5 and Monday 6 March, 2017   Families, friends, aphasia and stroke organisations, and health professionals are also invited. People with aphasia have planned the conference and will chair the […]

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Talking Mats in Australia and New Zealand

We are delighted to be travelling to Australia and New Zealand in May 17 and look forward to the opportunities the trip gives us to discuss Talking Mats in these countries. Firstly, we are pleased to have been invited over to Australia to be involved in the Agosci Communication Conference in Melbourne from the 18-21 […]

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