Communication Toolkit

Published on 20th Jun 2014

The Communication Toolkit was developed by Keele University and Asist Advocacy Services in partnership for Birmingham Children’s Hospital and others. This toolkit is now being shared with Great Ormond Street Hospital to help communication with children, young people & families where there is a learning disability.

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