Resources on Special Educational Needs
There is a wide range of free information and resources available on the Internet to help educational psychologists, other health professionals, schools, parents and carers, and explain special educational needs. This page will provide links to a range of external websites, reports, and other companies providing related services.
Autism Teaching Company – www.autismteachingcompany.org.uk
The Autism Teaching Company was established to meet the needs of individuals with autism and those who teach and care for them. We recognised a growing need to provide a more responsive and cohesive service. Our teaching team are all experienced professionals who have a wealth of education knowledge in the field of Autistic Spectrum Conditions. We have a range of skills developed from our teaching experiences in mainstream schools, special schools and ASD units, from reception through to Sixth Form. We can provide tailored support and bespoke training for children and young people in their own homes, at school and in the workplace.
Berkshire Psychology – www.berkshirepsychology.co.uk
Providing specialist psychological assessments and interventions across Berkshire and surrounding areas. Services are offered to individuals, couples, families, schools and organisations and include expert witness services, expert consultancy, training, supervision, Educational and Occupational Psychology services. In addition to Psychology services, we have a network of therapists from different backgrounds who can offer a variety of therapeutic approaches. P4L have worked with the clinical psychologists at Berkshire Psychology.
Home School Connect – www.homeschoolconnect.co.uk
Parents play a critical role in helping children to achieve a head start in school, and while it is true that most parents want to champion their child’s learning, most parents also struggle to know exactly what to do. Home School Connect is ideal for families with 3-5 year olds in the Early Years Foundation Stage. HSC provides home educational resources with an accompanying activity guide, written specifically for parents to use with their children at home.
Leap Children’s Therapy – www.leapchildrenstherapy.com/
Leap Children’s Therapy is an independent company based in Buckinghamshire and London providing Occupational Therapy services to children and young people. They are a team of 3 experienced Occupational Therapists who are highly skilled in the assessment and treatment of children with learning, behavioural and developmental difficulties.