A year of thrashing milestones, but the best is still to come Blog post by CEO and Director Annaliese Boucher “Looking back over the past twelve months, I am incredibly proud of what Sen Talk has been able to achieve in such a short time and the impact that the service has made on some of the most vulnerable children … Read More
We currently have spaces available for our Communicate Youth Club starting in January. The sessions take place on Thursdays 5-7pm during term time at Katherine Low Settlement. For more information and to book a space get in touch with Ash on 0207 2231694 or email@example.com. All children will need to be registered with Sen Talk to attend.
We currently have spaces available for our Brick Club starting in January. The sessions take place on Mondays 4-5pm during term time at Katherine Low Settlement. For more information and to book a space get in touch with Ash on 0207 2231694 or firstname.lastname@example.org. All children will need to be registered with Sen Talk to attend.
“Proprioception”. It’s a bit of an odd word and also tricky to pronounce. But its significance is indisputable, particularly for some neurodiverse people. Proprioception is essentially the sense of one’s own body – in terms of body movement and balance, as well as how different parts of the body relate to each other. Proprioception refers to the part of our … Read More
It is a great privilege to be the first contributor towards this new blog column! SEN Talk is an amazing organisation that does a tremendous job of supporting local families who have children with additional needs. I came across a random Facebook quote recently that struck a cord with me, it went as follows: “No parent should be intimidated, retaliated … Read More
Brick Therapy: Improving Social, emotional communication with children with SEND Training Day- CPD Standards Accredited 27th September – registration 10 am Kambala Community Hall, 126 Fawcett close SW11 2LU Lego®- based therapy is a very popular and successful evidence-based therapy which encourages the development of social competence through collaborative play. Sen Talk has developed its own interpretation of LEGO®-based therapy … Read More
Being able to verbalise your emotions and needs can be extremely difficult for any child or young person let alone somebody with social communication differences. We’ve developed a low key wristband system that allows a child or young person to discreetly signal their emotional level by turning the green side to ‘ok’ or switching to the red side ‘not ok’ … Read More