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Explain how multi-agency teams work together to support speech, language and communication.
Anyone who has ever felt tongue-tied in a multi-agency meeting will recognise the benefits of joint training ? where individuals from different disciplines come together to share professional development. [ This may involve something modest like inviting your speech and language therapist to a CPD session on teaching phonics, or something on a grander scale where working practices are discussed
across the board. By talking and listening together, a common language and vision can be developed, alongside sound professional relationships. There are various sets of standards which may be useful if you are involved in this type of training: All children?s workforce practitioners should meet the common core of skills and knowledge required for collaborative working, as specified by the TDA. ]
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User: Explain how multi-agency teams work together to support speech, language and communication.

Weegy: Anyone who has ever felt tongue-tied in a multi-agency meeting will recognise the benefits of joint training ? where individuals from different disciplines come together to share professional development. [ This may involve something modest like inviting your speech and language therapist to a CPD session on teaching phonics, or something on a grander scale where working practices are discussed across the board. By talking and listening together, a common language and vision can be developed, alongside sound professional relationships. There are various sets of standards which may be useful if you are involved in this type of training: All children?s workforce practitioners should meet the common core of skills and knowledge required for collaborative working, as specified by the TDA. ]
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User: Explain how multi-agency teams work together to support speech, language and communication children.

Weegy: Anyone who has ever felt tongue-tied in a multi-agency meeting will recognise the benefits of joint training ? where individuals from different disciplines come together to share professional development. [ This may involve something modest like inviting your speech and language therapist to a CPD session on teaching phonics, or something on a grander scale where working practices are discussed across the board. By talking and listening together, a common language and vision can be developed, alongside sound professional relationships. There are various sets of standards which may be useful if you are involved in this type of training: All children?s workforce practitioners should meet the common core of skills and knowledge required for collaborative working, as specified by the TDA. ]
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