There are lots of great places to look for further advice - 

                                here are a few of my favourites...

A great site for checking how your child is doing - it has a 'progress checker' to help you find out if your child's speech and language development is on track. Plus lots of ideas and resources for how you can support your child.

A website run by The National Literacy Trust with downloadable resources, ideas and information for parents of 0-11 years olds.

A Canadian based organisation that has a wonderful range of information, research and articles under 'helpful info' - well worth a look!

Lots of tips for parents and teachers for how to look out for stammering in young children and ways of helping with fluent speech.

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The RCSLT is the professional body for speech and language therapists in the UK; providing leadership and setting professional standards. Useful if you want more detailed information about the work of Speech and Language Therapists.

ASLTIP provides information and a contact point for members of the public searching for an Independent Speech and Language Therapist.

All SLTs must be registered with the HCPC to practice. You can easily check whether your Therapist is registered by visiting this website.

Advice and guidance for parents whose children have speech and language needs. This includes a parents' helpline.

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