Communicate

 

 

Developing and learning skills to express our needs, share our opinions and obtain information. Developing our ability to transfer these skills, to functionally navigate the world and keep us safe.

 

 

 

 

Communicate Pathway operates for pupils who’s primary LiAC deficit area is Communication. Pupils are typically low to mid PScales, typically (though not always) are nonverbal and from all age groups throughout the school. Functionality for Communicate school leavers includes:

  • Being able to identify hazards (danger signs, moving vehicles, deep water)
  • Knowing who to ask for help
  • Being able to communicate primary needs (‘I’m hurt’, ‘I’m hungry’, ‘I’m happy’)
  • To understand the difference between key symbols- for instance male and female toilets
  • To be able to navigate familiar settings safely and with a degree of independence

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