Kersner, M; (1998) A creative approach to therapy: learning through drama (Part 1). Speech and Language Therapy in Practice 21 - 23.
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Drama may be used in speech and language therapy groups to improve clients' language development, social interaction and pragmatic skills. Speech and language therapists have much to learn in a wider sense from drama, for example in the way that drama sessions are structured. Part 1 of this article addresses the importance of beginnings and endings when working with communication-impaired children
|Title:||A creative approach to therapy: learning through drama (Part 1)|
|Keywords:||communication-impaired children, drama, speech and language therapy, beginnings, endings, speech, therapy, groups, language development, development, speech and language therapists|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Life and Medical Sciences > Faculty of Life Sciences|
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