• Continuous Formation

Communication and language

The Communication and Language Service aims to provide people with intellectual disabilities with the necessary tools to improve their communication skills, understanding that it is a critical element for their social inclusion.

This service aims to:

  • Develop skills to communicate more effectively, which can improve their ability to interact with the environment and allow them to express their needs and desires.

  • An increase in self-esteem. By improving their communication skills and developing new skills, people with intellectual disabilities will feel more confident and confident.

  • Improvement of academic performance. Improved communication and language skills have a positive effect on academic performance, as they help students to better understand the instructions and participate more actively in class.

  • Develop social skills in the work environment. By improving communication young people can relate more easily in their jobs by promoting their integration into their jobs.