Physical Difficulties and SEND ICT

The SEND Code of Practice states that the UK Government is committed to inclusive education of disabled children and young people and the progressive removal of barriers to learning and participation in mainstream education.

The Equality Act 2010 classifies disability as having a physical or mental impairment that has a ‘substantial’ and ‘long-term’ negative effect on your ability to do normal daily activities.

Children and young people with SEND are all different and have individual needs. Each service will consider context including age, family circumstances and setting when allocating support.

secondary age students in special school with physical difficulties

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The PDIT Team supports schools and settings in identifying and removing barriers for children with a wide range of disabilities.
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A termly meeting, which will include a presentation of 5 or 6 iPad apps for different areas of education as well as a look at how to make use of accessibility functions.  There will be live demos and opportunities for Q&A and discussions around what future networking sessions could focus on.

Did you know you can purchase an annual subscription to these 3 network clinics for just £116 (saving of £79): Using iPads with CYP with SEND Network Meetings | Babcock LDP

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This year we are thrilled to be able to bring back our Annual SEND conference – in person at Sandy Park, with keynote Speaker, Amar Latif. Workshops will be focused on leadership, a strong emphasis on safeguarding our pupils with SEND through exploring additional vulnerability, child and adolescent violence on parents, along with a workshop looking at SLCN/SEMH.
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