Listings in Education Advocacy
An all Wales independent charity providing Information, advice,, support and advocacy in relation to additional learning needs and inclusion. Specialist in Education Advice including Disability Discrimination. Local services, Helpline and webresource
10 Coopers Yard, Curran Road
Cardiff, Wales CF10 5NB
Free help to resolve disagreements between parents and LEA's or schools over their child's special 4al needs. Covers Bournemouth, Dorset, North Somerset, Poole and Somerset. Contact: Lindsey Halford or Colin Gould, Disagreement Resolution.
Dorset Office, 22 High East Street, Dorchester
Dorset, England DT1 1EZ
With our extensive experience in all aspects of gaining special educational needs provision; we can advise on SEN Legislation, processes and strategy and suggest suitable assessments from professional therapists and/or educational psychologists.
We are pleased to offer A.S.P.I.E.S. (Asperger Syndrome Proficient Information Education Services) Non clinical autism/Asperger information and strategies. Living life differently
519-532-8469 P.O. Box 514 Princeton
Ontario, Canada N0J 1V0
Special Education Needs Tribunal Wales (SENTW)
The Special Educational Needs Tribunal for Wales is an independent tribunal dealing with appeals against certain decisions about a child/young person and their education and discrimination claims of unfair treatment in school concerning disability.
SENTW, Government Buildings, Spa Road.
Powys, Wales LD1 5HA
TES Special Education Needs Show
This important free-to-attend event has all the resources, ideas, advice and CPD training to provide teachers, SENCOs, support staff and parents with the tools and skills to help all pupils achieve.
Business Design Centre, London
Context: Degree Guide for Special Education
This guide by Context outlines the career opportunities and industry outlook for those seeking to earn a degree in special education to work with individuals with disabilities, including autism spectrum disorders.
330 Hudson Street
New York, New York 10013
The Discovery Project is a mentoring project organised by Cardiff University for young people with autism between the ages of 14 to 19. The project aims to encourage young people to attend University through a weekly mentoring project and residential
3rd Floor Friary House, Greyfriars Road
Cardiff, Wales CF10 3AE
Cardiff & Vale Young Carers Toolkit
This toolkit is aimed at professionals across Health, Education and Social Services, who are identifying, and have contact with young carers and young adult carers.
Cardiff, Wales CF24 3AG