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Small Talk: Identifying communication problems in maltreated children: developing a problem - identification tool

Report by Margarita Frederico, Annette Jackson, Carly Black, Beverly Joffe, Jennifer McConachy & Nikki Worthington

This report presents the findings of a research study called the Small Talk project, which explored the speech and language issues for children who had experienced abuse and/or neglect. One major aspect was to explore whether children’s speech and language developmental needs, including hearing, were able to be recognised by those working with them, such as case managers and clinicians from a therapeutic service.

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