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.
I CAN is the children’s communication charity. We are experts in helping children develop the speech, language and communication skills they need ...read more to thrive in a 21st century world. Our vision is a world where all children have the communication skills they need to fulfil their potential. Our mission is that no child should be left out or left behind because of a difficulty speaking or understanding. We do this through: Increasing public awareness of the problems children face. Giving expert advice to parents and families about what to look out for and what to do. Providing assessments for children so that their families know what support will meet their needs. Giving teachers and people working with children the skills to help children who struggle. Producing resources, DVDs, posters and other information to help parents and practitioners support children with their communication development. At the very heart of I CAN are our two outstanding specialist schools.Find out more about the I CAN See all I CAN documents on the gateway
Information, Advice, and Support Services (IASS) provide information, advice & support to parents/carers, and children & young people with special ...read more educational needs. There is one based in every local authority area.Find out more about the IASSN See all IASSN documents on the gateway
The InDependent Diabetes Trust offers support and information to people with diabetes, their families and health professionals on the issues that ...read more are important to them. Our Helpline offers a friendly understanding ear when the going gets tough. IDDT supplies Information Packs to parents and teachers so they understand the needs of children with diabetes in school and provides much needed aid to children with diabetes in developing countries. Diabetes can cause serious long-term complications and a cure is still illusive so IDDT funds essential research. As a registered charity IDDT relies entirely on voluntary donations. For further information or to join IDDT, please contact: InDependent Diabetes Trust PO Box 294 Northampton NNI 4XS Telephone 01604 622837, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Visit the website www.iddtinternational.orgFind out more about the InDependent Diabetes Trust See all InDependent Diabetes Trust documents on the gateway
InterAct is a registered charity, based in Essex, which supports disabled and disadvantaged young people, adults and families/carers.
Our aim ...read more is to inform, support & empower people to increase their independence, choice & control, to realise their hopes, dreams & aspirations, & to play a full part in society. In particular, InterAct works with young people and families directly through mentoring/befriending and Short Breaks programmes, and as lead partner for Independent Support Essex. Additionally, InterAct develops and delivers training in person-centred approaches, linked to the SEND Reforms and Education, Health and Care Plans (working in partnership with Essex County Council). InterAct also offers training in emotional & mental health & wellbeing, and resilience, including the Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) & Youth MHFA suite of courses.
The International Institute of Colorimetry, is committed to raising awareness in schools, relevant professions and the community at large, of ...read more the need for early diagnosis of the problem of Visual Stress.Find out more about the International Institute of Colorimetry See all International Institute of Colorimetry documents on the gateway
IPSEA is a national charity providing free legally based advice to families who have children with special educational needs (SEN) and / or a ...read more disability (D). IPSEA's trained volunteers provide free advice and support via our Advice Line and Tribunal Helpline. You can also get help by looking at our website resources on common problems, taking action, exclusion, transport, refusal to assess and more or via our email-based Information Service.Find out more about the IPSEA See all IPSEA documents on the gateway