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Kids - Working for Children with special Needs


Address

6 Aztec Row,
London,
N1 0PW

Telephone

020 73593635

Fax

020 73598238

Email

Website

Specialities

(MLD) Moderate Learning Difficulties
(PMLD)Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties
(SLD) Severe Learning Difficulties
(SpLD) Specific Learning Difficulties (Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia)
Autism / Aspergerís Syndrome
Behavioural / Emotional / Social Difficulties and Disorders
Down's Syndrome / Williams Syndrome / Fragile X
Dyspraxia
Gifted Children
Hearing Impaired
Neurological Disfunction and Disorder / Brain Injury
Physical Impairment
Sexual / Emotional / Physical Abuse
Speech / Language / Communication Difficulties
Visually Impaired

Pearson Assessment

Pearson Assessment is the leading provider of standardised assessments for educational professionals working in mainstream and special education settings.

With over 90 years experience, we understand that every learner has their own unique, learning journey to make. Our comprehensive portfolio includes tools suitable for providing evidence for access arrangement applications, as well as assessments and interventions for general ability, literacy and numeracy, wellbeing, language, motor and visuo-perceptual skills and emotional and behavioural difficulties; all designed to aid teachers in providing the best support for their students.

Find out more about our assessment measures online or download/request a copy of our catalogue

Address

Halley Court,
Oxfordshire,
OX2 8EJ

Telephone

0845 630 8888

Fax

0845 630 5555

Email

[email protected]

Website

www.pearsonclinical.co.uk

Specialities

(MLD) Moderate Learning Difficulties
(PMLD)Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties
(SLD) Severe Learning Difficulties
(SpLD) Specific Learning Difficulties (Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia)
ADHD
Autism / Aspergerís Syndrome
Behavioural / Emotional / Social Difficulties and Disorders
Cerebral Palsy
Complex health needs
Down's Syndrome / Williams Syndrome / Fragile X
Dyspraxia
Epilepsy
Gifted Children
Hearing Impaired
Neurological Disfunction and Disorder / Brain Injury
Physical Impairment
Sexual / Emotional / Physical Abuse
Speech / Language / Communication Difficulties

Snowbility


Address

The Snow Centre,
St Albans Hill,
Hemel Hempstead,
Hertfordshire,
HP3 9NH

Telephone

0771 388 8199

Fax

Email

Website

Specialities

(MLD) Moderate Learning Difficulties
(PMLD)Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties
(SLD) Severe Learning Difficulties
(SpLD) Specific Learning Difficulties (Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia)
ADHD
Artificially-ventilated breathing and/or tracheostomy
Autism / Aspergerís Syndrome
Autism / Aspergerís Syndrome
Behavioural / Emotional / Social Difficulties and Disorders
Cerebral Palsy
Complex health needs
Down's Syndrome / Williams Syndrome / Fragile X
Dyspraxia
Dyspraxia
Epilepsy
Fostering
Gifted Children
Hearing Impaired
Neurological Disfunction and Disorder / Brain Injury
Physical Impairment
Rett syndrome
Sexual / Emotional / Physical Abuse
Speech / Language / Communication Difficulties
Touretteís Syndrome
Visually Impaired

The Children's Trust

The Childrenís Trust is the UKís leading charity for children with brain injury. Services include residential rehabilitation and community-based support for children and young people with acquired brain injury, and nursing care for children who are technology-dependent (eg ventilator or tracheostomy). The charity runs a special school for children and young people with profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD) and complex health needs. The Childrenís Trust also runs the Brain Injury Hub (www.braininjuryhub.co.uk), an information website and discussion forum for parents of children with acquired brain injury.

Address

Tadworth Court,
Surrey,
KT20 5RU

Telephone

01737 365 000

Fax

Email

Website

www.thechildrenstrust.org.uk

Specialities

(PMLD)Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties
Neurological Disfunction and Disorder / Brain Injury

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