An audit tool for health visitors and SLTs working with the pre-school population.

@article{Gaag1998AnAT,
  title={An audit tool for health visitors and SLTs working with the pre-school population.},
  author={A. van der Gaag and P. McCartan and A. McDade and D. Reid},
  journal={International journal of language \& communication disorders},
  year={1998},
  volume={33 Suppl},
  pages={
          37-41
        }
}
This paper will present the preliminary findings of a national Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists audit of speech and language therapy and health visiting services to the pre-school population. The audit was carried out in six districts of the United Kingdom, representing a broad range of locations and models of service delivery. The purpose of the audit was to evaluate specific aspects of the management of children with speech and language difficulties. Audit tools were applied to… Expand
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