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Chatty Therapy provides speech therapy services and products to Schools and Nurseries throughout Cheshire and the North West.  We believe in giving schools WHAT THEY WANT…WHEN THEY WANT IT.

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Are you finding children are arriving at school with weaker language skills?  Do you have children coming to school with English as an Additional Language?  

Chatty Words software is an innovative and evidence-based and boosts children’s language development so that they are more ready for talking, reading and learning.  Our software gives you a window into how much vocabulary a child understand s and can name and provides the tools to close any word gaps that you find.

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Do you want to increase staff confidence to help children with speech, language and communication needs?  

Chatty Workshops is an online training package written by a Consultant Speech and Language Therapist with over 20 years experience of working in Mainstream Settings.  Staff can watch training videos alone or as a group at a time which suits them – no need to buy in Supply cover or spend extra money on travel and accommodation costs.  Many topics covered and new ones added regularly.

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Children are really struggling with their language development due to missed experiences in lockdown
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Lovely to see schools renewing their subscription to "Chatty Words - Early". So glad it is actively helping children catch up their vocabulary at a time when their opportunities for learning have been so limited...

Thank you to schools who have recently purchased “Chatty Words Early”. A new vocabulary software for children aged 3 to 6 years. Hope you all enjoy being able to test/screen and teach 180 early nouns @AldermanBolton @BrooksideEP @StMarysBB18 @BewseyLodge

Autism in girls can look quite different from what we often see in boys. Eloise explains how she coped with her difficulties: https://bbc.in/37S0grD

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