Please find a variety of Useful Links for all areas of SEND below Special Educational Needs and Disabilities guide for Parents and Carers SEN Code of practice January 2015 Menu SEND Home SEND the Four Areas of Need SEN Register SEN Support Guidance SEND & Inclusion Policy SEND Useful Links Menu SEND Home SEND the Four Areas of Need SEN Register SEN Support Guidance SEND & Inclusion Policy SEND Useful Links Local Support Attention Autism will help support and build attention and listening skills at an appropriate developmental level. Norfolk SEND Partnership offer information and advice to children, young people and parents/carers about special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). Norfolk LA local offer Nelson’s Journey is a charity dedicated to supporting bereaved children and young people throughout Norfolk. Asperger East Anglia offers personal, friendly assistance for everyone with Asperger syndrome and their carers by providing a comprehensive and integrated service. Autism Support Support groups running in the Norfolk area. The leading UK charity for people on the autism spectrum A comprehensive site, with a useful resource library Autism Independent UK helps to increase awareness of autism to the notice of all. A haven for children and young people with Autism Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Home – ADHD Foundation : ADHD Foundation Provide people-friendly information and resources about Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder to anyone who needs assistance – parents, sufferers, teachers or health professionals. Down's Syndrome Dysgraphia Dyslexia Support Dyspraxia Support A national organisation, committed to improving quality of life for people who have Down’s syndrome. TestingWritingEssay Writing A useful website with information about dyslexia, assessment and identification, exam concessions etc. Offers information and supports individuals and families affected by developmental dyspraxia through books, suggestions and an adult support group. Cognition Needs Support Learning disabilities and difficulties support Learning disabilities and difficulties support Mental Health Support Mental Health Foundation has on-line information about anxiety, depression, ADHD etc. Free and anonymous online support, including counselling, for children and young people. Support for young people including a parent support line Family Support Our free service puts you in contact with one of our Family Support Advisors who can offer you support and guidance. From parental advice to EHCP’s and much more. Family Lives works around the clock, transforming the lives of families, supporting parents and making happier relationships, happier families and a stronger society Contact a Family is a national charity for families with disabled children. Sight Support Hearing Support Motor Skills Speech & Language The RNIB (Royal National Institute of Blind People) is the leading charity offering practical support, advice and information to anyone with a sight problem. National Deaf Children’s Society – have an informative website including information about a new software reader for spoken text on the web. American website providing a range of activities and advice to support fine and gross motor skills Speech and Language Services – Talking Point provides a guide to speech and language services and useful links to other associated websites. Other Support Symbolled resources for different topics and areas of life, including resources for fire safety and about visiting the doctors/dentists Hamlet CentreWe believe people with disabilities and complex health needs deserve to be valued for who they are. A useful site for free, legally based Special Education advice For sensory processing disorder support The Benjamin Foundation provides a range of practical services and support which all aim to empower people and give them back a sense of hope and control. Break’s core business is the provision of children’s homes for Looked After Children in their home Local Authority. Scope is a charity that exists to make this country a place where disabled people have the same opportunities as everyone else. Until then, we’ll be here. An information directory for parents and carers.