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- An inclusion audit or review leading to an action plan
- School improvement consultancy
- Assessment of children & young people's needs across education, health and social care
- Support for whole school staff development
- Interim SEND specialist staff
- Bespoke courses and training on a range of SEND themes
ASEND provides the most comprehensive support service available for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) in schools and colleges.
We empower schools and other settings to accelerate children’s progress and contribute to their safety and mental and emotional health .
Our team of experienced professionals are highly qualified in SEN and Disability. Their backgrounds are in Education, Health or Social care and they provide a unique and prompt service.
Every package provided is tailor-made following a free consultation, with services ranging from a one-off assessment to a complete package of support over the year. We help raise attainment for all students and make the most effective use of SEN and Pupil Premium funding,
ASEND ensures that schools are fully compliant with the new Code of Practice – we have always put working in partnership with families at the heart of our work.
We support schools to prepare for Ofsted and ensure that data showing the progress of groups is clear and unambiguous.
ASEND services include:
- An Inclusion audit or review with improvement actions leading to an action plan
- Consultation in the form of advice, guidance and support to Senior Management Teams, Governors and SENCOs to facilitate inclusion across the school
- Specialist Advisory Teachers, Psychologists, Therapists, Social Workers and Health personnel to provide assessments, programmes and reviews of progress for children and young people with any SEN or Disability
- Support from senior professionals to develop a whole school approach to meeting the needs of children who learn differently (including Language Disorders, Dyslexia, Autistic Spectrum Conditions, Emotional and Mental health), giving all staff an understanding of how to support children and young people effectively
- Collection and analysis of data and provision of information for monitoring and evaluating purposes
- Provision of a part time interim SENCo or SEN teacher
- A range of courses and bespoke training on any aspect of SEND by experienced trainers
- Advice on implementing Health Care Plans and Health Action Plans
- Development of person- and family-centred assessment, planning, support and review fully compliant with the spirit and letter of the new Code of Practice
- Development of personalised plans for the Transition to Adulthood from 14 to 25 years with the support of experienced Social Workers, Education and Health professionals.
Categories of SEND
Cognition and learning, Communication and Interaction, Sensory and/or physical development difficulties , Medical conditions , Emotional, social & mental health difficulties.
Early years, Primary, Secondary, Post 16, Transition to adult services.
Consultancy Service, Education Service, Health and/or Social Care Service .