Working in education and schools requires partnership, expertise and collaboration. Evidence is key when applying for EHC Needs Assessment.
There are many sources of help for those working with
Special Educational Needs and for S.E.N. Training:
IPSEA - on www.ipsea.org.uk - which offers independent sector - Independent Parental Special Educational Advice (IPSEA).
SOS!SEN on www.sossen.org.uk – for an independent helpline for special educational needs.
The Council for the Registration of Schools Teaching Dyslexic Pupils – on CReSTeD site www.crested.org.uk
British Dyslexia Association - on www.bdadyslexia.org.uk/
The British Psychological Services - www.bps.org.uk/psychology-public/find-psychologist/find-psychologist
Dyslexia Action for Dyslexia Institute – on www.dyslexiaaction.org.uk
National Autistic Society – on www.autism.org.uk
CAMHS – Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services – see NHS Choices or ask G.P.
ACE – Advisory Centre for Education – on www.ace-ed.org.uk and Advice Line on tel. 0808 800 5793
IASS - Information, Advice and Support Service - within your own local authority. This used to be called Parent Partnership.
ADDISS - National Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) Information and Suport Service - at www.addiss.co.uk
National Association for Special Educational Needs at www.nasen.org.uk .The SEND Gateway is helpful at
Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists – on www.rcsit.org/
ACAMH - Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health - at www.acamh.org - for ADHD, ASD, Anxiety Disorder & more
National Aphasia Association - www.aphasia.org
STAR Institute - www.spdstar.org - for sensory processing disorder (SPD)
SI Network - www.sensoryintegration.org.uk
ADHD Foundation - www.adhdfoundation.org.uk
Autism - Child Autism UK - www.childautism.org.uk for support and Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) services for children.
PLEASE SEE THE CONTACT PAGE if you would like SEN Training for SEN teachers,a whole staff team, teaching assistant groups, senior leaders, parents' worshop, school, nursery or academy syndicate.
Special Educational Needs:
"Jeannette was extremely helpful in giving me clear and honest SEN advice - and amazing support in applying for an EHC Plan - which the school Senco had advised me was a pointless exercise, to even apply. The EHC Plan was finally granted at the last minute by the LA, on the day before our Tribunal Hearing. Jeannette is a great support and has a huge wealth of experience and expertise to guide parents through the SEN /EHCP process."
" Well informed, inspirational sessions that are aimed at all members of staff who work with young children. Jeannette is capable, experienced and confident and always leaves her audience buzzing with ideas and enthusiasm, a true professional with a wealth of experience to share!"
The Lyceum School, London
"I have always relied on Jeannette for her professionalism, the depth of her knowledge and the breadth of her experience. No one is more familiar with learning needs and the multiple layers of fact and fiction surrounding them."
Riddlesworth Hall School
"Inspiring and pragmatic. What most impresses me about Jeannette, other than her breadth and depth of knowledge, is how well she communicates with parents. Jeannette's compassion and her understanding of individual children's needs shines through."
The Study School,