The
   PRAGMATICS PROFILE
              of Everyday Communication Skills


Pragmatics, the study of how language is used in context, has become a key element in the investigation of language functioning and communication impairment. Yet pragmatic aspects of language are particularly difficult to explore systematically. The Pragmatics Profile of Everyday Communication Skills helps practitioners gain an insight into how an individual typically communicates in day to day interaction in familiar settings with people he or she knows well.

If you want to download the Pragmatics Profile of Everyday Communication Skills in Children or the Pragmatics Profile of Everyday Communication Skills in Adults please follow the navigation bar on the left

 

Hazel Dewart, Professor of Psychology at the University of Westminster, London, is a charted clinical psychologist whose research has concentrated on language development and communication disability.

Susie Summers, is a speech and language therapist, working extensively with young children and their families. She has a particuar interest in supporting the development of communication in everyday contexts.