Fact sheets in Easy English versions

The Communication Hub is currently organising fact sheets about communication difficulties in Easy English. They are coming soon!

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Index of Easy English versions

Ageing and Communication: Ageing can change how you communicate.

Augmentative and Alternative CommunicationAugmentative and alternative communication (AAC) is when a person uses something other than speech to communicate.

Autism: Autism changes the way a person experiences with the world.

Cerebral Palsy: Cerebral palsy is when you have trouble controlling body movements. It can affect talking.

Communication tips: This fact sheet provides information to help people who find it hard to communicate.

Dementia and communication: Dementia is when a disease causes changes in the brain. It often affects communication and daily life.

Mental health conditions: Mental health conditions can impact communication and swallowing.

Motor Neurone Disease (MND): Motor Neurone Disease (MND) is when the muscles in the body don't work well because the nerves are damaged. This can affect communication, thinking and swallowing.

Multiple Sclerosis (MS): MS is a disease of the nerves that can affect communication.

Parkinson’s Disease: Parkinson's is a brain disease that gradually gets worse. It can affect talking and breathing.

Stuttering: Stuttering affects the flow and ease of talking. This fact sheet describes stuttering and how to get help.