‘Developmental Language Disorder’ is known to impact on language development, but rarely occurs in isolation. In fact, people with DLD are likely to also have difficulties with attention, reading, speech and emotional regulation. This webinar has been designed to help educators and health professionals consider different areas of need for people with DLD.
Have you just recieved a DLD diagnosis and wondering what it means for your family? Or are you a therapist or educator looking to sharpen your skills and understanding of DLD? Our expert trainers have decades of experience working directly with people with DLD to empower them to thrive. Our training is evidence-based and practical to ensure you can apply your learnings in various settings. We provide pre-recorded online courses, in addition, to live interactive workshops that you can access online or in person. See our latest training opportunities below.
‘Developmental Language Disorder’ (DLD) is the nationally and internationally accepted term to describe difficulties acquiring language for no known reason. However, clinicians are reporting a lack of confidence using this new terminology in their day-to-day work. This online workshop has been specifically designed to support clinicians in private practice, education and health with embedding current research into the realities of their clinical practice.