All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘parents’

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Book now: Dawn House School Pupil Participation Conference

Dawn House School are currently in the midst of planning their seventh Pupil Participation Conference. It will begin for any youngsters amongst us (aged 16-19 years) that wish to participate in a social evening of food, fun and frolics on the eve of 15th October and will continue on Friday 16th October for both the young people, our staff, professionals and parents. WHO, WHAT, …

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Vicky Perry tells us why she and her family have signed up for I CAN’s Hop & Walk event

We are so excited to be hosting our very brand new event, the I CAN Hop & Walk! We are inviting families to join us on the 27th September 2015 to hop and walk one mile at Surrey’s Runnymede Pleasure Grounds. It will be a fun filled day with a range of activities for families including a story book corner, …

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Introducing Early Talk Boost!

Early Talk Boost is I CAN’s new language and communication intervention programme for 3-4 year olds launching in the autumn. The Early Talk Boost intervention has been based on the excellent Talk Boost model which has been running successfully for 3 years. Initial findings show that after the nine week Early Talk Boost intervention, children have made statistically significant progress …

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SENDirect

Launch of SENDirect will help families like mine, I CAN Chief Executive Virginia Beardshaw

I remember how lost I felt when my youngest child was diagnosed with speech and language problems. In that antique pre-internet era I couldn’t find anything out about what was wrong, or what to do, or where to go to get help. Misery and frustration resulted. adly, evidence from parents today suggests that not a lot has changed. Most parents …

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SENDirect

Join I CAN and our partners to support families to find, receive and request the services they need by I CAN CEO Virginia Beardshaw.

I am proud to announce the launch of a pilot website SENDirect.org.uk. SENDirect will enable parents, professionals and young people across England to search for and compare services for Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).  The services cover a very wide range of activities – from  play schemes to schools and cinemas.  SENDirect’s explicit aim is to give children, young people …

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