Communication difficulties

Communication difficulties   
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org and com/ Afasic Cymru work with children and young people with communication difficulties.
If this happens while overseas, that trauma is often compounded by the lack of familiar support, language and communication difficulties and the lack of understanding of the local systems and processes.
With his impressive silver-flecked locks now fully restored, Tony recently dropped by at the salon before presenting a cheque for PS480 to the Corley Centre, a local secondary special school for children with complex social and communication difficulties.
Justice Minister David Ford has announced plans to expand the Registered Intermediaries Schemes, which assist those with communication difficulties to give evidence during a police interview and at trial.
David, who has Aspergers Syndrome and communication difficulties, has a wealth of knowledge about politics - and will be organising a series of videos and 'Easy Read' briefings for disabled people during the election.
A DETERMINED writer who has overcome communication difficulties to do "incredible" work for a charity has won this week's Echo bouquet of the week award.
CONCERNS have been raised about the lack of support for dementia patients who suffer with communication difficulties.
Born with cerebral palsy, John has mobility issues and communication difficulties and is an active member of the Liverpool Community Health (LCH) NHS Trust's 'Call Up' group, which supports people who have little or no speech and use communication aids.
The inquest jury returned a conclusion of suicide, but said factors leading to his death included communication difficulties, a lack of a professional translator for Punjabi-speaking Mr Singh, a lack of communication between the various departments in the prison and failing to administer sufficient mental health care.
CHILDREN across Stockton and Hartlepool with speech language and communication difficulties are set to benefit from three training programmes.
The Thami region and Jazan are some of the most crucial areas for malaria in the Kingdom and not covered by the control program because of poor roads communication difficulties and lack of manpower.
Parents and schools in Cumbria are being urged to speak up against cuts to the speech and language therapy (SALT) services which could hit children with communication difficulties.

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