A little more about us
The Nuffield Dyspraxia Programme (NDP) was developed by the Speech and Language Therapists at The Nuffield Hearing and Speech Centre, Royal National Throat Nose and Ear Hospital, London. It was created to provide therapists with a structured yet flexible resource for managing childhood apraxia of speech/ developmental verbal dyspraxia.
NDP was first published in 1985, updated in 1992 and the third, completely revised edition, NDP3, was first published in 2004.
Each year, across the world, thousands of children are helped by Speech and Language Therapists using NDP3. Our primary goal is to make these resources as accessible as possible.
We operate on the principles of a not-for-profit company. Any surplus generated is reinvested in the Programme, used to create new resources, and used to underwrite the distribution of resources to those with the greatest need.
NDP (1985, 1992)
Editor: Veronica Connery
Contributors: Caroline Boardman, Doreen Bray, Anne Coburn, Christine Combes, Claire Hammond, Kathryn Harker, Clare Henry, Heather Hoad, Sarah Nicholls, Jeanne Reilly, Katayoun Sharples, Hilary Stephens, Sandra Webb, Pamela Williams, Jo Wilson, Valerie Winfield.
If you would like to know more about the work of The Nuffield Centre Dyspraxia Programme, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org