Here you can find information about autism spectrum disorder:
- Relaxed performances
- Support for parents
- Online resources
- Islington Autism Board and Cygnet course
- Healthwatch autism report
the Bridge is a special needs school in Islington. They have a well-established Outreach team of specialists in Autism, SLD and PMLD. They have also started their new Satellite Provision which is a free school based on four sites in Islington which provides for pupils who find it difficult to manage in a mainstream environment but who do not need a special school placement.
The Islington Challenging Behaviour Resource is designed to support a positive approach to behaviour management for people with severe and profound learning disabilities and/or Autism. It is a multi-agency resource designed to be interactive and to help parents, carers and professionals develop behaviour plans that make a difference to the people we are supporting.
Wizzie Wizzie is a London based Saturday morning computer coding club for 8-14 year olds who want to learn how to make their own games and other cool stuff using computer code
Understanding disability discrimination under the Equality Act 2010.
Information about the Education Health and Care Plans, the different sections of an EHCP, timeframes and outcomes.
The rights of parents of disabled children at the work place, requesting flexible working and employment for disabled people in Islington.
Learning disability and autism hate crime is any offence which is perceived, by the victim or any other person, to be motivated by a hostility or prejudice based on a person’s learning disability, autism or perceived disability and autism. This definition is intended to encompass crime where an individual is taken advantage of physically or financially due to their learning disability or autism, such as ‘mate crime.’
Commissioning to health services in Islington, Speech and Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy and the new resource on psychotropic medication use for people with learning disabilities, autism or both.
Short Breaks is a new term that was introduced by the government to replace the term respite care. Short Breaks are a way of giving parents of disabled children a break from their caring responsibilities. Short Breaks also benefit the disabled child or young person, helping them to play with friends, keep fit, improve their communication skills, gain independence or simply have fun.
Information, advice and services for Islington children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities aged 0-25
Makaton is a language programe using signs and symbols to help people communicate. It is designed to support spoken language and the signs and symbols are used with speech in spoken word order.
The Mental Capacity Act protects and empowers individuals who may lack the mental capacity to make their own decisions about their care and treatment. It is a law that applies to individuals aged 16 and over.
Therapy (private/charity) for Primary aged children:
• A list of qualified Art Therapists
• A list of Play therapists
• UKCP for a list of therapists able to work with children, including Family, Integrative Arts and Child Psychotherapists
• Organisation based in Golders Green that have therapies for children with Autism available on a means-tested basis
• Organisation in Islington/Camden for Art Therapy
Find out how you can get involved in improving local services through parent carer participation. Parent carers can help pinpoint problems frequently experienced by families with disabled children. Parents in Isllington work in co-production with the local authority to help them improve how children's services are delivered so they better meet families' needs.
In this section:
- What is Islington Parents Forum and how to get involved
- Understanding and working with the health system
- National Network of Parent Carer Forums
- Islington's Strategic Boards Diagram
Personal Budgets are the money you get to pay for your child's support and other items in their support plan. The budget can be used to pay for services or you can receive cash to buy your own support.
The concept of puberty, social development and sexualised behaviour for people with special needs.
- Special Educational Needs support in schools
- Needs Assessments
- Support Plans
- Support in mainstream schools
- Barriers to inclusion
- Early years
- Services that help with education advice
- Complaint procedure
Information by Douglas Silas Solicitors representing parents of children with SEN and helping thousands of parents get the right provision or school for their child.
Sensory processing disorder (SPD; also known as sensory integration dysfunction) is a condition that exists when multisensory integration is not adequately processed in order to provide appropriate responses to the demands of the environment.