Specialist teaching of ASC supports the academic and personal development of children and young people with ASC through identifying and addressing needs. ASC is a spectrum, meaning that the needs of individuals are also on a spectrum and will not be identical. Our specialist ASC teachers have years of experience in order to accurately identify and address an individual's needs across the four areas mentioned in the SEND code of practice (2015). Through working with children and young people we can maximise their potential to lead happy, healthy and fulfilled lives.
[...] speech, language and communication needs can also be a feature of a number of other areas of SEN, and children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder may have needs across all areas.
Children and young people with ASD, including Asperger's Syndrome and Autism, are likely to have particular difficulties with social interaction. They may also experience difficulties with language, communication and imagination, which can impact on how they relate to others.
SEND code of practice, 2015
Our specialist ASC teachers offer the following services to education settings:
Our services are bespoke according to requirements, needs and budgets, so if a service is required which is not listed then please get in touch by emailing email@example.com or phoning 0330 088 8408.
Our ASC specialist teachers provide a broad range of interventions and groups. Common interventions and groups requested include:
Bespoke interventions and groups are available to address specific needs. If you would like a specific intervention or group which is not listed above then please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0330 088 8408 to discuss your needs.
Our specialist services can be accessed by education, health and other professions working with children and young people.
Our ASC specialist teachers provide a broad range of consultancy and whole school services to education settings. Examples of the consultancy and whole school services our specialist ASC teachers offer include:
A whole school approach and consultancy encourages positive and sustainable changes within education settings. The above can maximise the impact of teaching and interventions. Consultancy and whole school services are bespoke according to a setting's requirements. To talk to a member of our team about how our specialist ASC teachers can help, please email email@example.com or phone 0330 088 8408.
Our ASC specialist teachers offer training on a broad range of areas related to ASC within education settings. Examples of training we provide include:
Our ASC specialist teachers offer bespoke training to education settings to support their needs. Throughout the year we run CPD events on a broad range of topics.
Our training is available on and off site for education settings and organisations in relation to health, psychology and education.
We work with children and young people who have a diagnosis of ASC or are waiting for an assessment. ASC can be displayed in many different ways and it can be difficult to identify children and young people accurately.
Our specialist ASC teachers bring many benefits to individuals, groups and education settings. Benefits include:
Our ASC specialist teachers can bring sustainable benefits to education settings.
Our services can be funded through a variety of ways.
Our ASC specialist teaching services support children, young people and education settings. Early needs identification and intervention can drastically help children and young people to live happier, healthier and more fulfilled lives.
Our specialist multidisciplinary services can be commissioned through a service level agreement and as standalone input.
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