We have developed inclusive communication at specific sites, such as care homes or resource centres. These are known as ICE sites. The staff at the ICE site are trained in inclusive communication methods, and one member of the staff is chosen to be trained as an ICE Coordinator. The ICE Coordinator coordinates development of inclusive communication at the site, and provides some training to new staff. Ongoing support is provided by Speech and Language Therapy services.
ICE Training is reserved solely for those who have support from a Speech and Language Therapist. You can find the contact details of you local Speech and Language Therapy Department under their contacts page.
A training package has also been developed to train those that come into contact with people with a learning disability in Essex who are not within an ICE site.