Online contact

August 2008
Speech & Language Therapy in Practice;Autumn2008, p2
The article reports on the pursuit of Contact a Family to support parents of disabled children through social networking sites in Great Britain. To enhance its services, Contact a Family has opened an advice centre in an online three dimensional (3D) virtual world Second Life. In addition, it provides information and advice via Facebook, MySpace, bebo, and YouTube.


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