In ‘Education and Learning’ you can search for inclusive and specialist learning opportunities for children who are disabled, have additional needs or SEN. Things like:
- Schools, Nurseries and Colleges, that want to meet your child’s needs.
- Courses and Classes like Driving Lessons, Independent Living Skills and Travel Training.
- Speech and Language Therapy.
- Learning resources you can use at home.
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Families who consulted with us on what to include here had children with Communication difficulties, Cerebral Palsy, Autistic Spectrum Disorders, Learning Disabilities, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia and SpLD as well as families of children without a diagnosis.
Local colleges and university's which can cater for students with additional needs.
Schools that are able to be inclusive.
Driving lessons for motobility cars and young people with additional needs.
Local groups and organisations offering advice, information and support around dyslexia.
Supporting your child before they start school.
Classes that could help you or your young person balance their budgets and spend sensibly.
Local advice and support on home schooling your child.
Classes to improve your young persons life skills to increase their independence.
Useful things that can help your child learn
Classes or courses that help with learning every day life skills.
Groups or people who offer learning and guidance by way of mentoring
Local nurseries with the facilities your child needs
Classes and groups that support parents with additional needs to parent their children.
Schools where your child can stay full time during the week or term.
People offering additional school support in the classroom or at home - any support with education.
Local support for children and young people who need help with speech, language and communication.
Courses that teach your young person how to access transport independently and learn how to take trips by themselves.
Local tutors who offer additonal learning or revision for pupils with additional needs.