There are many common conditions that can lead to speech and language difficulties. These resources are designed to help families of children with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND).
Robin talks to us about parenting with a visual impairments and offers his advice.
How creative activities can help your child communicate if they have additional needs.
Speech and language therapist Alys Mathers explains how to find support for your child.
Advice on how you can support your little one and help them build their communication skills.
SLT Alys Mathers explains how you can help your child learn and develop by giving them multisensory experiences.
Meet Harps, Preetam and their sons Arjun and Saajan, who has Down syndrome.
Meet Jade, Stevie and their daughter Piper, who has septo-optic dysplasia, a condition that affects her sight
Meet Amy and Nellie, who is partially sighted and has autism. Amy describes their family dynamic.
Meet Carlie and son TJ, who has autism. Carlie tells us how Makaton has helped her and TJ to communicate.
Meet Tanya and John, who has a speech delay. Tanya talks about having a 'chill out corner'.
Makaton and music have helped Diana and Jade communicate with Christian, who has cerebral palsy and visual impairment.
Meet Ryan, Simone and Dantae, who has Down syndrome and sickle cell anaemia. Dantae uses gesture to communicate.
Hannah tells us all about Ethan and his communication journey.
SEND (special educational needs and disabilities) resources, activities and support for families of school-age children.
I CAN's progress checker is designed to help you decide if you need to seek help with your child's language needs.