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Children with language, reading and communication problems

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OSCCI_team Community member Posts: 3 Listener
edited November 2015 in Research and opportunities
The Oxford Study of Children’s Communication Impairments (OSCCI) is looking for children aged 5-16 years with Trisomy X, Klinefelter’s Syndrome or XYY syndrome. Our research is looking at why some children have difficulties with learning to talk, understand or read. We want to include a range of children with and without language difficulties so please do get in touch if you are interested! If you would like to take part, we can visit your child at home or at school for a one-off session lasting around 2 hours.

For more information please see our website: http://www.psy.ox.ac.uk/oscci. You can sign up online by clicking here. You can also email Sarah Morris at oscci@psy.ox.ac.uk or call 01865 271334.

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The Oxford Study of Children’s Communication Impairments
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Oxford
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