What is it?

The Give a Child a Voice Programme is a new initiative designed to raise awareness of speech, language and communication needs and promote inclusion in the workplace.

How can your organisation benefit?

Do you have employees who have difficulties communicating effectively? Are there individuals within your workforce who are neurodiverse, have a hearing impairment or who stammer? Are there people who have suffered a stroke and are struggling to return to work because of their ongoing communication difficulties? Whatever their communication difficulty, help is available.

Speech, language and communication needs don’t only affect children. The Give a Child a Voice Programme is a new initiative that aims to form ‘Communication Partnerships’ with organisations and provide bespoke advice and learning opportunities to help ensure employees feel more included at home and in the places they find themselves – be it in their workplaces or the wider community.

How can you find out more?

To find out more about the programme click here

If you would like more information, please do not hesitate to contact Katherine Farrow, Team Lead for Provide CIC Children’s Speech and Language Therapy Service at katherine.farrow@nhs.net.