Introducing RLI: improving reading and language progress for school children with Down syndrome

In this presentation, Professor Sue Buckley introduces the Reading and Language Intervention for Children with Down Syndrome (RLI). RLI is an evidence-based program designed to teach reading and language skills to children with Down syndrome. The intervention incorporates best practice in structured activities delivered in fast-paced daily teaching sessions. It was evaluated in a randomized controlled trial and found to improve rates of progress compared to ordinary teaching. Handouts for the presentation can be downloaded here: http://dsuri.net/dse-rli-intro-h

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Introducing RLI: improving reading and language progress for school children with Down syndrome

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In this presentation, Professor Sue Buckley introduces the Reading and Language Intervention for Children with Down Syndrome (RLI). RLI is an evidence-based program designed to teach reading and language skills to children with Down syndrome. The intervention incorporates best practice in structured activities delivered in fast-paced daily teaching sessions. It was evaluated in a randomized controlled trial and found to improve rates of progress compared to ordinary teaching. Handouts for the presentation can be downloaded here: http://dsuri.net/dse-rli-intro-h
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