In this policy paper from the SEN Policy Research Forum, leading experts in SEND discuss current issues, including involving schools and families in commissioning, educational psychology and Alternative Provision. Some creative solutions are detailed.
Although it is now some time since the implementation of the SEND reforms, this presentation continues to offer useful advice and information to those working in the early years sector about how to plan for adulthood for young children.
The module’s content gives insight not just into teaching pupils with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) in schools, but also how people deal with ASD as they progress into adulthood and independent living.
This module is designed for the teachers of learners on the autism spectrum. It features 20 units, including the initial 9 that discuss general good practice.
These training materials were commissioned in response to a Government recommendation, following the Lamb Inquiry (2009)
The materials consist of five learning modules, each of which focuses on one of the above areas of special educational needs and disability (SEND).
Although some of the terminology has changed, the advice is still relevant and useful.
Staff at Lymehurst Day Nursery and three parents talk about how the nursery works with families to include children with SEN and disabilities and to support the emotional needs of children and their families.