On Tuesday 20 March 2018, I CAN and The Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists will launch Bercow: Ten Years On, an uncompromising review of support for children with speech, language and communication needs (SLCN) in England.
This report will lay bare the current picture of services for young people with SLCN and make informed recommendations of what must be done to improve the situation at a local and national level.
The review asked people about the reality of services to support children and young people with SLCN.
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Once the report is published on 20 March 2018 we will need as many people to join us in sharing its findings. We will be making as much noise as we can, being the voice for children with SLCN.
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The report will cover the importance of communication, the significance of early identification and intervention, and provide recommendations for equitable provision of support for children and young people with SLCN.
It follows an 18-month-long review, led by a panel of leading figures from across the fields of education, health, the voluntary sector, parenting, special education needs, children’s services, academics and business, and chaired by Jean Gross CBE, the former Communication Champion for Children.
The report will provide the first all-encompassing update to the original 2008 Bercow Report: A Review of Services for Children and Young People (0-19) with Speech, Language and Communication Needs. by House of Commons Speaker, the Rt Hon John Bercow MP.
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