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Speech and language as mentioned in unit 097 can help children overcome most of their problems. By helping children gain the ability to use language they can help children gain confidence and self esteem I have seen this in my setting with children who have had communication and language needs. These children have gained confidence and their language is now at a level that they can interact with other children and not show frustration. This is because they can now express themselves.
The Senco in an educational setting give support to children and families with special needs this person/s is also responsible for identification of special needs.
Additional learning support staff works within and outside schools providing a range of services to help children who have certain specific educational needs. This might include people like teaching assistants or advisors to provide support and train staff.
Youth justice this is based on children with behavioural problems these people will work with them and social workers to help them.
Social workers are there to help vulnerable children and young people and their families this might include children on the child protection register or disabled children.
Psychologist is a professional who helps support children who have learning or behavioural difficulties. They provide teachers and practitioners with aimed support programmes for that child once they have identified the child’s needs.
A specialist nurse provides support for the family and child especially if that child suffers from medical conditions that need specialist care also health visitors come under this title for measuring and assessing a child’s development .
A psychiatrists is a doctor who is trained in mental health problems this person works alongside other professionals to help diagnose or support children and young people with mental health problems. Physiotherapist this professional help children with their movement especially those who have little or no movement they are trained to get the maximum movement and skill level.
Referrals can take the shape of common assessment form which are filled in then in my setting passed upstairs to the health visitor, speech therapist or other health professionals that are required after being checked by the senco in the room.
Speech and language also have their own referral forms which will be filled in and checked by the senco before being passed to the speech and language therapists.
Early years action plans and plus plans are filled out and passed to the senco who will then speak to an education psychologist. With primary and secondary schools they also have school action plans which will be run through their senco and the school run individual learning plans.
Analyse the importance of early intervention of speech, language and communication delays and disorders and potential risks of late recognition.
Some children like we have in my setting have language and communication delays. Before the programmes were put into place to support their speech and language development .They showed signs of frustration at not being able to express themselves sometime this came in the shape of aggressive behaviour. These children felt isolated and didn’t want to participate in group activities or play with any other children, they had little confidence and self esteem. Some of the children didn’t speak at all, others had medical problems which were identified and treated 1 child was tongue tied so couldn’t say or pronouns their sounds and words. This was effect their social, emotional and cognitive development.
Having language and communication skills allows children to be able to think, to control their behaviour, and express themselves, to process new information. Language also is the key to literacy, without a good skill level children will find it hard also to read and write as they find it difficult to understand the letter sounds and shapes. The early people can positively intervene the better it is for the child’s chances to change and be able to lead a normal happy life. If they are not met that child might also suffer bullying from other children, difficulties accessing the curriculum and therefore not achieving their full potential at their setting or school, they can become bored/disaffected .linked to 097