Open Access courses
Interviewing Young Children & Children with Communication Impairments:
This two day course has been developed to enable experienced interviewers to extend their skills to work with young children and children with communication impairments. Click here to find out more.
Introduction to Communication and Consultation
This two day course aims to introduce a range of communication methods and strategies when working with children and young people. Click here to find out more.
Advocacy Skills with Disabled Children and Young People:
This one day course aims to reflect on dilemmas and challenges when advocating on behalf of disabled children and young people, including the management of uncertainty and 'not knowing'. Click here to find out more.
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It's Triangle's 15th birthday this year
We will be celebrating with a conference about Careful Communication with Children, in London on October 18th. Speakers include Ruth Marchant, Professor Penny Cooper, Emily Phibbs, Ros Blackburn, Rubbena Aurangzeb-tariq, Marisa Tighe and Adam Walker. Details here.
We also have a new section of our website where you can find free downloads to celebrate our birthday. Click here to see downloads.
Triangle provides independent expert opinion to the courts, local authorities and other agencies on a range of issues, including the assessment of children’s needs and of parenting capacity.
Triangle can provide intermediaries to enable communication with very young children, and children and young people up to age 25 with a wide range of communication impairments.
Triangle can provide skilled support to enable communication. We can communicate directly with children, or work alongside you and the child to enable communication.
Triangle consults directly with children and young people on a wide range of issues, for example ascertaining their wishes and feelings to inform decisions about their lives.
Our advocacy service supports children and young people to express their views about the things that matter to them. We recognise that some children may need best interests advocacy at times in their lives.
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