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The SALT team at Da Nang University of Medical Technology and Pharmacy were keen to support SPA week in 2018. The team arranged a number of activities that were aimed at creating awareness about SALT within the community. One of the activities arranged by the team included a visit to a local private kindergarten (Trung Mam Non – Ngoi Sao Xanh) in the centre of Da Nang City. The team did an amazing job at presenting a 1-hr workshop to teachers and parents about SALT, the early warning signs of communication delay in children and strategies that parents and teachers can use to facilitate language development. There was much appreciation shown by the audience for the team’s presentation and questions from the audience that evoked further discussion about children’s communication development.
The team has plans to visit more kindergartens to give similar presentations, to continue to create awareness about the need for early identification of communication delay and to present simple and practical strategies for parents and teachers to use to engage children in language development.
Keep visiting the TFA Facebook page to hear about other activities the Da Nang University team are participating in, to engage the community in learning about communication and swallowing disorders.
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