Listings in SEN Learning Aids & Resources and Independent Specialist Schools & Colleges
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Unit 328 The Vale Enterprise Centre,
Barry, Wales CF64 5SY
Coleg Elidyr is a specialist college of further education and training for young people over 18 with learning difficulties and disabilities including autism spectrum conditions.
Progress School is an approved independent residential special school for pupils with a severe learning disability, challenging behaviour and autism. It is co-educational and caters for pupils between the ages of 7 and 19. Pupils live in small...
Gough Lane, Clayton-le-Woods, Preston, Lancashire
Preston, England PR5 6AQ
Hinton House Publishers Ltd
Hinton House publishes practical, quality books and resources written by professionals for teachers and others working in the fields of education and special needs.
4 High Street
Buckingham, England MK18 1NT
Sayin’ It Sam™
Sayin' It Sam is an educational game app using speech recognition to motivate kids with autism and speech impairments to speak and practice speech.
7915 Geary Blvd.
San Francisco, California 94121
St. John's College
St John’s College is an independent specialist college of further education for young adults aged 19 to 25 with complex learning disabilities, autism spectrum conditions, and behavioural, emotional, and social difficulties.
17 Walpole Road
Brighton, England BN2 0AF
Trinity Academy is Special Academy for students between the ages of 7-16 years together with is a Post -16 provision (Trinity Solutions). Providing for complex needs including autistic spectrum disorder and/or speech and language difficulties.
Trinity Academy Newcastle, Condercum Road
Newcastle upon Tyne, England NE4 8XJ
Centre Academy - East Anglia
An independent residential special school for pupils, aged 4 to 19 years, with dyslexia and related specific learning difficulties.
Church Road, Brettenham
Ipswich, England IP7 7QR
The purpose of the Autism Education Trust (AET) is to improve the education of children and young people with autism.
AET, c/o National Autistic Society,
393 City Road,
London, England EC1V 1NG