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Talkabout Assessment Tool CD ROM

Offer Price£6.23
June, 2010
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A social skills assessment tool.

This comprehensive tool provides an assessment of social skills in the following areas:

  • Body Language – eye contact; facial expressions; gestures; distance; touch; fidgeting; posture and personal appearance.
  • The Way We Talk – Volume; Rate; Clarity; Intonation; Fluency.
  • Conversation – Listening; Starting a conversation; Taking turns; Asking questions; Answering questions; Being relevant; Repairing; Ending a conversation.
  • Assertiveness – Expressing feelings; Standing up for yourself; Making suggestions; Refusing; Disagreeing; Complaining, Apologising; Requesting explanations.

The assessment tool provides a visual summary of a person’s non-verbal, verbal and assertiveness skills and provides an excellent start-point for planning appropriate intervention.

Age: 7+


CD plus booklet

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Alex Kelly & Brian Sains

Alex Kelly is a Speech & Language Therapist who specialises in working with people with social skills and relationship skills difficulties. She currently runs her own business providing social skills training and consultancy to schools and organisations across the UK and overseas.
Brian Sains is a teacher in a secondary mainstream school. He was a community learning disability nurse for 10 years and left 6 years ago to pursue a career in teaching. He has a special interest in teaching children with social and behavioural difficulties and has supported several local initiatives to teach children social skills within secondary schools.