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Title: Developmental language difficulty: are ‘diagnosis’ and ‘treatment’ appropriate concepts?
Authors: French, Ann
Issue Date: Jul-2007
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2173/24492
Additional Links: http://www.rihsc.mmu.ac.uk/
Abstract: Background: Experience of working in and with mainstream schools to support junior/secondary age students with speech, language and communication needs (SLCN); Became aware of differences between stakeholders (education staff, health staff, parents, students..) in ways of talking about SLCN; Differences may be deeper than terminology and reflect underlying philosophies about aetiology and management.
Type: Presentation
Language: en
Description: Paper presented at the Research Institute for Health and Social Change Annual Conference, 4-5 July 2007, Manchester Metropolitan University.
Keywords: SLCN
Diagnosis
Appears in Collections: Health, Rehabilitation and Psychology

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