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Midlands Psychology CIC - we are a Social Enterprise offering community mental health and family support services which are values-based and benefit from a strong focus on local services and partnerships with service users.

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Role of SENCo in early years provision

Maintained nursey schools A maintained nursery school must ensure that there is a qualified teacher designated as the Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCo) in order to ensure the detailed implementation of support for children with special educational needs. This individual should also have the prescribed…

Role of the SENCo and National Award for SEN Coordinators

Governing bodies of maintained mainstream schools and the proprietors of mainstream academy schools (including free schools) must ensure that there is a qualified teacher designated as Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCo) for the school. The SENCo must be a qualified teacher working at the school.…

Small Talk Speech and language therapy

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Social storiesTM and comic strip conversations can help autistic people develop greater social understanding and stay safe.  Visit the National Autistic Society website for more information on how to use them and how to write or make your own.    

Special iApps C.I.C.

Special iApps is a social enterprise who develop educational apps for children with special educational needs, including autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, hearing impairment and other learning disabilities. The apps allow children to develop their speech, pronunciation, word recognition, numeracy skills, fine motor skills and…

Speech Link Multimedia Ltd

Schools use our online serviced packages, Language Link and Speech Link, to identify and support children with mild to moderate speech or language difficulties. The assessments, resources and support are designed by speech and language therapists and specialist teachers. We know that the best indicator…

Story Massage - positive touch activities for school and home

What is Story Massage? Story Massage combines the benefits of positive touch with the fun and creativity of words – whether as story, rhyme or song.  Ten simple massage strokes form the basis of the programme. These strokes have a name, such as The Circle…

What works resource for working with pupils and students with Special Educational Needs

An interactive ‘what works’ resource for those working with pupils and students with SEN is available. The resource – ‘SEN support: research evidence on effective approaches and examples of current practice in good and outstanding schools and colleges’ – provides school and college leaders, teachers…
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