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April 2015 




Our latest Research Snapshots focus on stuttering in the preschool years. We explore the findings of one of our large, long-term studies and the implications of these findings for policy, practice and research.

Research Snapshot, No. 5

The impacts of stuttering

Research Snapshot, No. 6

Stuttering and anxiety

Online hearing health training

HEARnet Learning® provides a wide range of free, online training modules for hearing healthcare professionals and educators.  

The Optimal Communication Outcomes for Children with Hearing Loss module has recently been added to the resource. You can register for this and the other 17 modules at the HEARnet website.
HEARnet Learning® was developed by the HEARing Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) to ensure its research findings have clinical benefit for end-users. The HEARing CRC is a collaboration of some of the world's leading hearing experts. For more than 20 years it has led research into new technologies, treatment and the rehabilitation of hearing loss. 

Born Talking Seminar Series

The UK's Economic and Social Research Council has funded the production of a series of seminars exploring the role large studies tracking children from birth may have in solving a range of speech, language and communication questions.

The series is for researchers, policy makers and practitioners alike.

The first seminar and more information about the Born Talking project are now available online.
About Us
The Centre of Research Excellence in Child Language is a collaboration of some of the world’s leading child language experts. It investigates how language and hearing impact early development; what can go wrong, when and why
; and how to assess and intervene effectively to improve children’s language.
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