Communication tips from Share students

Communication is vital, it’s about expressing ourselves as well as listening to others, and it’s also how we connect with the world around us. We’re all individual in how we communicate best and it’s important to give people time and space to express themselves in their own unique way. Many people feel unsure about how to communicate with someone who has a learning disability. There are some simple rules to follow such as using accessible language, avoiding jargon, and going at the pace of the person you’re communicating with. To help others understand different needs and become better communicators, students and staff at Share have created a helpful video with some top tips.


Top tips for communicating with people with a learning disability and/or autism

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