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Resources advice & guidance about SEN

Advice about special educational needs 1 Hour Autism & Sensory Issues Online Video Presentation By Paul Isaacs APB Member (link to Youtube video)  

Special educational needs (SEN)

If your child has a learning disability, their special educational needs (SEN) can be met either in a mainstream school with extra support, or in a special school. If your child has special educational needs, they will be able to access help, called SEN support, from: nurseries or…

Charities for disabled children/SEN/additional needs

Links to charities for disabled children and young people General UK-based charities helping disabled children and young people Contact a Family (CAF) for families with disabled children Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity The ACE Centre Self Help UK - Guide to patient support and self help  Seesaw -…

Funding for children and young people with SEND

For under 5 year olds Disability Access Fund To be eligible for DAF, the child must be 3 or 4 years old, not in reception class, getting Disability Living Allowance and receiving early education (children whose siblings attract DLA but don’t themselves would not be eligible).…

RSE framework and resources for Special Schools

This page contains Relationships and Sex Education content for schools. It includes the RSE framework for Special Schools and additional resources (including the activities based on CLICK). Oxfordshire Special Schools FRAMEWORK for Relationships Education (Primary) and Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) (Secondary) This framework was developed…

Supporting children with autism into adulthood

For a teenager who has autism, growing up to become an adult with autism may have extra, unique challenges beyond those commonly faced by other teens. Families of children with autism will also have to adapt to the changes that being an independent adult with…

The Early Years Team

The Early Years Team's is made up of dedicated early years professionals from a wide range of backgrounds and experiences. These experiences are used to support the county council with its aim to improve the outcomes for young people by ensuring they all have access to high quality…

Actively Disabled

Getting active with a disability Taking part in activities is important for all young people, including young people with disabilities or difficulties. It’s your chance to get out, get active and get involved with other people. And, most importantly, have some fun! Different types of…