Listings in LEA Specialist Further Education Colleges and Magazines
Weston House is a specialist residential educational provision for young people aged 16-25 years old with additional learning needs or autism. We are part of Bridgend College, judged with a double Excellent by Estyn.
Bridgend College, Cowbridge Road, Bridgend
Bridgend, Wales CF31 3DF
DICE-DIsability Inclusion In Community Education
Courses suitable for adults with either: An experience of mental health issues A physical/sensory impairment and/or an acquired brain injury A learning difficulty. Recreational courses are also available for adults with high support needs.
Severn Road Adult Centre,
Cardiff, Wales CF11 9DZ
Pendle Community College
Pendle Community High School and college (PCHS&C) is a state co-educational special school for pupils aged 11 19 years with generic learning needs.
Pendle Vale Campus, Oxford Road, Nelson, Lancashir
Nelson, England BB9 8LF
AuKids is an award-winning quarterly print magazine providing information, encouragement and support for parents of children with autism spectrum conditions (ASC).
AuKids Limited, PO Box 259,
Cheshire, England SK8 9BE
SEN Magazine is a glossy, full colour magazine published bi-monthly and packed full of interesting and authoritative features, news and articles covering all issues to do with SEN and disability.
5 Shawbridge Street
Clitheroe, England BB7 1LY
Blackfriars Academy FE - Bucknall
An FE Academy providing education for pupils aged 16-19 years and to a small group of pupils aged 19-21 years. With a highly differentiated programme of study for pupils with a range of physical, learning, medical and sensory needs.
Castle Grove, off Newhouse Road, Bucknall
Stoke on Trent, England ST2 8BH
Learning Disability Wales
in Support for Adults with Autism, Speakers on Autism, Other / Not Specified Work & Employment, Magazines, Learning Disabilities, Events, Disabled Persons, Carers, Autism Awareness, Autism & Aspergers
41 Lambourne Crescent, Cardiff Business Park,
Cardiff, Wales CF14 5GG
Transition Information Network
My Future Choices is TIN's free magazine for disabled young people, their families and people who support them. They are looking for young people aged between 14-25 years to write for the magazine and share their stories.
Transition Information Network c/o Council for Dis
London, England EC1V 7QE
Good Autism Practice - Bild
Including peer reviewed articles written by practitioners, academics, parents and people with autism, the journal encourages good and innovative practice in supporting children and adults with autism and Asperger’s syndrome.
BILD, Birmingham Research Park, 97 Vincent Drive,
Birmingham, England B15 2SQ