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Help with speech and language

Shorty
Shorty Member Posts: 6 Listener
edited August 2019 in Cerebral palsy
Hi Folks

I have a 4 year old son who has had cerebal palsy since birth . He was born at 24 weeks and suffered a major bleed on the brain. He has very limited speech and salt have now introduced an app for us to try for communication.  They have only given us limited information and told us to teach him this.  My son does not have a great attention span and we are struggling to learn and teach.  I would be very grateful if anyone has any advice on the best techniques and if there are any organisations who could help us. Thanks 




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