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Social Interaction

The non-verbal aspects of language such as facial expression, eye contact, body language and tone of voice that help to put a message across effectively. This includes rules of social interaction and subtle use of language.

Strategies and activities for interaction.


Semantic and Pragmatic language difficulties    
Age-Related Development  

  Title Description Size (Kb)
Semantic and Pragmatic language difficulties   21.45
Age-Related Development   82.48

Social Interaction

  • Early Communication

  • Play

  • Play with Language

  • Play with Objects

  • Play with Social Materials

  • Play with Motion and Interacation

  • Playing Alongside

  • Techniques to Encourage Communication

  • Building Conversational Skills

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Trust board public meeting – 25th January 2023

by Sarah Turner | Jan 19, 2023

Our Trust board public meeting on Wednesday 25th January is being held virtually.

A set of papers for the board meeting has been published on our website here. If you would like to join this virtual meeting, please do email who can provide you with the link to the meeting. Whilst this is a meeting held in public, rather than a public meeting, there is usually an opportunity for members of the public to ask questions at the end of each meeting.

In addition, members of the public can submit any questions to the board for consideration by emailing - please keep questions brief and to the point, and use ‘Trust Board Meeting Question’ in the subject heading of your email. Responses will either be posted on the Trust’s board meeting webpage following the meeting or can be found in the minutes published in due course.

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