Using books to develop listening, social and speaking skills in babies and young children with hearing loss

This interactive one day course is for speech and language therapists and teachers of the deaf who wish to learn more about using books with babies and young children with hearing loss. 

Key learning objectives:

  1. To understand and describe the function of books, beyond the story, in the listening and spoken language session.
  2. To be equipped with the practical techniques and strategies to make books come alive and learn how these contribute to the development of joint attention, vocabulary, social interaction, pre-literacy skills, imagination and theory of mind.
  3. To demonstrate and practice techniques for using books with children of different ages and stages and identify the most appropriate books for children at each of the key development stages from 0-5.

Course leader

The course will be delivered by LSLS Cert. Auditory Verbal Therapist, Frances Clark. 

*Three day courses for £200*

Pay just £200 for a place on Birth to Babble, Turning Pages for Early Ages, and Right for me. You can claim this deal by selecting the 'three day courses' ticket below. 

AG Bell accreditation applied for.

If you have any questions about this course and what it covers, please contact us by emailing [email protected] 

You will receive email confirmation of your booking shortly after purchase. If you do not receive this please email [email protected]

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Ticket Quantity Price

Standard ticket

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Alumni ticket

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Three day courses

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