Educational Provision for Children with Speech and Language Difficulties in Mainstream Primary Schools
Keywords:SLDs, Speech and Language Difficulties, Educational Provision, Mainstream, Primary Schools, Learning Support/Resource, SEN Provision
Educational provision for children with speech and language difficulties (SLDs) tends to vary nationally and internationally. A gap is evident in the services provided to these children in mainstream primary schools in Ireland. Currently, children who are assessed and diagnosed with a specific speech and language disorder attend speech and language units or receive additional resource hours in mainstream schools. However, children with general SLDs attend mainstream schools and tend to experience a varied level of provision. This study primarily focuses on children with SLDs in mainstream primary schools that do not have speech and language units.
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