- Literacy skills in primary school-aged children with pragmatic language impairment: a comparison with children with specific language impairmentJenny Freed
Human Communication and Deafness, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK
Int J Lang Commun Disord 46:334-47. 2011..Since literacy skills are central to this attainment, one way of identifying appropriate support needs for CwPLI would be to profile their reading and writing skills as a group...
- Short-term and working memory skills in primary school-aged children with specific language impairment and children with pragmatic language impairment: phonological, linguistic and visuo-spatial aspectsJenny Freed
Human Communication and Deafness Group, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK
Int J Lang Commun Disord 47:457-66. 2012..Children with specific language impairment (CwSLI) are consistently reported to have short-term memory (STM) and working memory (WM) difficulties...
- Implementation of a manualized communication intervention for school-aged children with pragmatic and social communication needs in a randomized controlled trial: the Social Communication Intervention ProjectCatherine Adams
Human Communication and Deafness Group, University of Manchester, UK
Int J Lang Commun Disord 47:245-56. 2012..The accepted procedure associated with randomized controlled trials (RCT) of such complex interventions is to develop and implement a manual of intervention in order that reliable treatment delivery can be achieved...
- The Social Communication Intervention Project: a randomized controlled trial of the effectiveness of speech and language therapy for school-age children who have pragmatic and social communication problems with or without autism spectrum disorderCatherine Adams
Human Communication and Deafness Division, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK
Int J Lang Commun Disord 47:233-44. 2012..There is little robust evidence of effectiveness of speech-language interventions which target the language, pragmatic or social communication needs of these children...