Cumberland School is a co-educational independent specialday school in Lancashire providing high quality education for children between the ages of11 and 18. Theschoolmeets the needs of a diverse group of pupils exhibitingbehavioural, emotional and social difficulties, alongside a range of other associated conditions which can hinder academic progress. We have created a high quality learning environment in which all our pupils can reach their potential in academic and social development.
Church Road, Bamber Bridge, PR5 6EP
Awarded ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted at three consecutive inspections, Derwen College provides a rich learning environment for young people with many conditions, including learning and physical disabilities, ASD, medical needs and behaviours of concern. The main campus is located in a village setting near Oswestry with satellites in Walford, north Shropshire and Craven Arms, south Shropshire. We offer day provision for students at each of our sites, with residential accommodation
Derwen College, SY11 3JA
On Thursday 13 April 2017 Matthew Haw and Karen Spears of RSM Restructuring Advisory LLP were appointed as administrators of Dyslexia Institute Limited t/a Dyslexia Action. Please contact RSM with any queries regarding assessments booked with Dyslexia Action prior to this date. Dyslexia Action Training, Shop and Guild will continue to operate as normal. Please note: Dyslexia Action will no longer be providing assessment services. If you are seeking an assessment for you or for your child, you
27 Silverwell Street, BL1 1PP
The Dyspraxia Foundation is a national, registered charity with its administrative and fundraising centre in Hitchin, Hertfordshire. Founded in 1987, it is financed entirely by membership subscriptions and private donations. The Foundation acts as a resource and information centre for those wishing to learn more about dyspraxia, its diagnosis and treatment. The Foundation operates a telephone help line, publishes information on dyspraxia, maintains a website with useful information, organises
8 West Alley, SG5 1EG
Family Fund supports families living across the UK who are who are raising a disabled or seriously ill child or young person up to the age of 17. Our support is focused on those on low incomes with a child/children who have a high level of additional support needs. At Family Fund, we believe that all families raising disabled or seriously ill children and young people should have the same choices, quality of life, opportunities and aspirations as other families. We support this by providing
4 Alpha Court, YO32 9WN
Henshaws is a charity that helps people living with sight loss and a range of other disabilities to achieve their ambitions and go beyond expectations. We believe that, wherever they are, everyone has the right to an independent and fulfilling life. Our support, advice and training enables people and their families build skills, develop confidence, help each other and look forward to a more positive future. Community Services Henshaws Community Services enable people of all ages living with
88-92 Talbot Road, M16 0GS
We are a day service for young adults with severe learning andphysicaldisabilities & complex needs. We support people to access many different community activities in the local area and out of town attractions. Our service based activities include craft and music sessions, interactive games, a light room and physio room, bothcomplete with ceiling tracking hoists.We also have an allotment at Rivington where we grow our own fruit and vegetable produce.
The Harrowbys, BL4 7BH
We believe children and young people should be happy, safe and ready. We provide immediate access to clinical, educational and child psychology services to parents, carers, education and community settings. We listen and value the views of children, young people, parents and carers whilst following a cycle of assess, plan, do and review. We keep the child or young person's needs at the centre of decisions made. We are flexible to needs and offer services Monday to Saturday all year round
3-5 Saint John Street, M3 4DN
IDL Literacyis a cloud based intervention software, specifically designed to help improve the reading and spelling ability of those with dyslexia and dyslexia type tendencies. It can also be used as a wider literacy tool for other students. Many schools have reported benefits to those with lower level literacy ability and EAL learners. IDL on average shows improvement of 11 months in both reading and spelling ages after just 26 hours of use, and tutors report increased engagement in learning,
Inscape House Schoolsupports young people aged 5 to 19 who have autism and associated communication needs. At Inscape it’s our vision to provide a learning environment that places our young people at the heart of everything we do, where they feel valued and can thrive. Our mission is to champion their rights, needs and ambitions. We support young people to reach their full potential, by understanding that they have a distinct way of thinking and perceiving the world. Our creative approach
Schools Hill, SK8 1JE
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