How to value non-verbal communication over spoken language
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How to value non-verbal communication over spoken language

Gerard Wainwright Registered manager and learning disability nurse, St Anne’s Community Services

Our attitudes must shift on people with profound and multiple learning disabilities who are non-linguistic

If good communication is more to do with listening than talking, we need to be open to hearing others in different ways.

Learning Disability Practice. 25, 5, 12-12. doi: 10.7748/ldp.25.5.12.s5

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