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“…One service evaluated their interventions through examining pre and post outcomes of interaction strategies based on SLT rating methods alone (Cordis Bright Ltd ). Conway and Gooden () reported using ‘observation’ as an evaluation method, although what was being observed (that is, the outcome measures used) and how this was evaluated (that is, the evaluation method) was not reported. Wadsworth et al .…”
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“…One service evaluated their interventions through examining pre and post outcomes of interaction strategies based on SLT rating methods alone (Cordis Bright Ltd ). Conway and Gooden () reported using ‘observation’ as an evaluation method, although what was being observed (that is, the outcome measures used) and how this was evaluated (that is, the evaluation method) was not reported. Wadsworth et al .…”
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“…Three of the 58 articles were sourced from the peerreviewed literature (Conway and Gooden 2012, Oetting et al 2010, Smith and Gibbard 2011, with many of the studies rejected due to their being based on a population of children identified as language delayed as a result of screening or formal language assessment or due to not reporting SLT involvement. Just over half of the studies identified (29) were sourced from the NESS website.…”
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