SLCo’s Spring Message

It seems that the last few months have flown past. A slightly different landscape is emerging as we start to get an idea of how things look after the constraints of Covid begin to relax. Families need to learn how to navigate their way around a changed system, particularly for statutory services, which are still…Continue reading SLCo’s Spring Message

SLCo’s Winter Message

Christmas is here again, and we have found ourselves in uncertain times. We may not be able to enjoy the planned festivities with family and friends that we had all been looking forward to. When there are children in families who need extra support, it makes it extremely challenging for parents and carers. Many families…Continue reading SLCo’s Winter Message

Parent Survey

We’ve moving some of our clubs and activities online – it’s new and fresh and we’ve called it Fred & Tallulah’s Learn and Play. It’s already running in Dundee area and we’re extending it further! It’s important that we understand what you think and if you need help to access any of the features. Siblings can…Continue reading Parent Survey

Welcome to 2020!

Hello everyone Welcome to our first newsletter of 2020! We’ve been busy building an exciting programme for the year, including ‘Mrs Pop-ins’ Parent Support & Skill Building Sessions which will run across various locations in Scotland and a new Robotics Club. We’ve also got our much loved family fun days and a new programme of social communication clubs for children and…Continue reading Welcome to 2020!

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We’re In The Scotsman!

Scottish Charity working to help give children a voice “Parents often feel isolated and uncertain of how to proceed if they can’t get the right speech and language support for their children”, says a Dundee-based charity. The Speech Language Communication Company aims to shine a light on children with speech and language issues and provides…Continue reading We’re In The Scotsman!

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Get A Buddy Programme

Our new befriending programme, GAB (Get A Buddy) has launched in East Dunbartonshire, Lothian and Dundee. We are seeking volunteers to support young people to enjoy social opportunities through fun and friendship. The programme is for older children whose speech and language difficulties are pervasive experience disabilities for life and their social lives are often…Continue reading Get A Buddy Programme