Organisations includes: schools, charities, voluntary sector organisations, commercial organisations and publishers etc.
This section provides an alphabetical list of organisations that have content on the SEND Gateway.
CALL Scotland works with teachers, therapists and parents to help children and young people across Scotland to overcome disability and barriers ...read more to learning created by their environment, and to fulfil their potential. We've been around since 1983 working as a Research and Development centre as well as a working Service unit. Both elements are necessary and important - they inform, enrich and support each other. Our mission is... To provide pupils and families, local authorities and professionals with- • Strategic Leadership • Pupil Assessment and Support • Professional Learning and Training • Specialist Information and Expert Advice • Assistive Technology Loans and Technical Support • Knowledge Transfer, Research and Development.Find out more about the CALL Scotland See all CALL Scotland documents on the gateway
We are the UK charity for children and adults with severe learning disabilities whose behaviour is described as challenging, and those who support ...read more them.Find out more about the Challenging Behaviour Foundation See all Challenging Behaviour Foundation documents on the gateway
Every 30 minutes, a child or young person will acquire a brain injury. This could be the result of an accident, an illness such as meningitis ...read more or encephalitis, a poisoning, a stroke or a brain tumour. A brain injury has a devastating and life-long impact on the child and their whole family. Bones can mend and scars can heal but a brain injury stays with you for life and impacts on everything you think, feel and do. The Child Brain Injury Trust is the charity that supports children, young people, their families and professionals and helps them come to terms with what has happened and how to deal with the uncertainty that the future may hold.Find out more about the Child Brain Injury Trust See all Child Brain Injury Trust documents on the gateway
Since inception in 1995, Childnet’s mission has been to make the internet a great and safe place for children.
We aim to give children age ...read more 3-19 the skills to stay safe online, and to empower their parents, teachers and others working with them to have confidence and knowledge to prevent and respond to online risks such as cyberbullying, sexual exploitation and exposure to inappropriate content such as pornographic or pro-anorexia websites. At the heart of all our work is the belief that when used properly the internet is a wonderfully positive tool for children and young people. We strive to take a balanced approach, making sure that we promote the positive opportunities, as well as responding to the risks and equipping children and young people to deal with them.
Colour Blind Awareness provides advice and support to colour blind people and their families and offers pupils screening, training and advice ...read more services for teachers, schools. We also advise businesses in how to become ‘colour blind friendly’. Colour blindness is one of the world’s most common genetic condition affecting over 300 million people (c.3m in UK). One in 12 men and 1 in 200 women inherit colour blindness yet it is a poorly understood condition. Colour blindness is in most instances a SEN and a disability yet few teachers are aware of the impact it can have on learning, despite there being at least one colour blind child in every UK classroom. Children with other SEN can also be colour blind. Without proper support a colour blind child will not only face discrimination in exams, miss vital information in the classroom and be at a disadvantage in sport but recent research from City University has also shown a significant impact upon wellbeing and quality of life.Find out more about the Colour Blind Awareness See all Colour Blind Awareness documents on the gateway
Commtap is a free website which allows speech and language therapists and other specialists to share activities for working with children and ...read more young people with communication difficulties in schools and other locations. You can browse the website by level (using P-levels, National Curriculum levels, all Early Years areas of learning), by setting (Early Years, Primary, Secondary), as well as area of communication need such as speaking, listening, social skills and ASD (autism spectrum disorder). You can also find information on training and events related to communication difficulties, including from national providers such as Elklan, Hanen and PECS as well as local providers.Find out more about the Commtap CIC See all Commtap CIC documents on the gateway
The Communication Trust is a coalition of over 50 not-for-profit organisations. Working together we support everyone who works with children and ...read more young people in England to support their speech, language and communication.Find out more about the Communication Trust See all Communication Trust documents on the gateway
Concept Training was founded in 1998 and has become one of the UK's leading provider of professional development for teaching and non teaching ...read more staff in all areas of special and additional needs.Find out more about the Concept Training See all Concept Training documents on the gateway
We are Contact, the charity for families with disabled children. We support families with the best possible guidance and information. We bring ...read more families together to support each other. And we help families to campaign, volunteer and fundraise to improve life for themselves and others.Find out more about the Contact a family See all Contact a family documents on the gateway
The Council for Disabled Children (CDC) is the umbrella body for the SEN and disabled children's sector in England, with links to other UK nations ...read more . We are the only national body that brings together the diverse range of organisations that work with and for disabled children to support the development and implementation of policy and practice. CDC does not provide an advice or support service directly to families with disabled children or children with SEN: * Contact a Family provides support, advice and information for families with disabled children no matter what their condition or disability. Helpline: 0808 808 3555Find out more about the Council for Disabled Children See all Council for Disabled Children documents on the gateway