Carly Hartshorn is a Speech and Language Therapist with over ten years experience of working in the NHS and in independent practice. She is the Clinical Lead of a Children’s Speech and Language Therapy team.
Carly holds an honorary lectureship with the University of Manchester on the Speech and Language Therapy degree programme. She delivers workshops around communication on the UCL Disabilities of Sight course and provides workshops around language and communication development to trainee teachers.
Carly Hartshorn’s areas of clinical specialism include developmental language disorders, bilingualism, and visual impairment. She has extensive experience in these areas and continues to support the development of new pathways and working practices to support children and young people to reach functional outcomes into adulthood.
Carly sits on the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (RCSLT) North West Hub Executive Committee. She has been a part of the author groups for the RCSLT Clinical Guidelines for Bilingualism and the RCSLT Assistant Practitioner Professional Framework. She is a part of the National Visual Impairment Framework advisory group and has contributed to publications around bilingualism in practice.
Carly Hartshorn is a keen advocate of innovative clinical placements particularly those that build capacity within service delivery while safely supporting students to develop autonomy and independence in clinical practice.
All courses presented by Carly Hartshorn
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Around 7% of children and young people have a Developmental Language Disorder (DLD). There is a strong and expanding evidence-base considering assessment and intervention approaches. During this course we consider how this evidence can be translated into daily practice to support the differential diagnosis of DLD through assessment.View this course