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The following websites, fact sheets and information may be useful to parents, carers and autists on the area of specialist speech therapy for people with autism.
 
For further information please contact the organisations concerned.
 
FACT SHEETS ON SPEECH AND LANGUAGE THERAPY
 
Autism London have produced fact sheets on speech therapy. To access this information please click on the icon below:

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THE NAS FACT SHEET
 
 
The National Autistic Society have produced a fact sheet on speech and language therapy. To read the NAS information please click on the icon below:

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I CAN
 
 I CAN is the charity that helps children with speech and language difficulties across the UK. The charity works to create a society where their special needs are recognised, understood and met, so that they have the same opportunities in life as other children.

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AFASIC
 

Afasic is the UK charity, established in 1968, to help children and young people, their families and the professionals working with them.

Afasic is a recognised training provider and the charity offers a range of services that include a helpline, publications, support groups, and membership. Please click on the icon below to access the Afasic website:

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ROYAL COLLEGE OF SPEECH & LANGUAGE THERAPISTS
 
 
Are you interested in working as a speech and language therapist? There is a huge shortage of speech therapists at the moment and many children and adults with autism - particularly those with communication disorders are struggling without support.
 
If you are interested in joining the profession please access the website of the Royal College of Speech & Language Therapists for further information on Speech Therapy as a Career.
 
The RCSLT have backed and supported the Autism Awareness Campaign. Please click on the icon below to go to the RCSLT website:
 
 

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TALKING POINT

Talking Point is your first stop on the internet for information about speech, language and communication difficulties in children. This website has useful information to parents and professionals. Please click on the TALKING POINT logo to access the site.

 

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