Law, James and Lindsay, Geoff and Peacey, Nick and Gascoigne, Marie and Soloff, Nina and Radford, Julie and Band, Sue (2002) Consultation as a model for providing speech and language therapy in schools: a panacea or one step too far? Child Language Teaching and Therapy, 18 (2). pp. 145-165. ISSN 02656590
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Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1191/0265659002ct232oa
In recent years there has been a pressure to introduce an indirect "consultative model" to working with children with speech and language needs. It is favoured by educationists because it avoids the need to take children out of class and embeds any support children received in the curriculum. This paper reports the results of a recent study which indicates that Speech and Language Therapists are concerned about the universal application of this model of service delivery. It introduces and discusses a number of interrelated factors which need to be in place before the consultative model can be successfully introduced.
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