Achievement Bute is a families-led voluntary organisation which provides a wide range of inclusive activities for all children and young people on Bute. We were set up by parents of children with disabilities in 1998 who wanted to make sure that all young people could be fully included in activities in their local community. For more information please visit, www.achievementbute.org.uk/about.html Telephone : 01700 505558 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Address : http://www.achievementbute.org.uk
The Additional Support Needs jurisdiction (the ASN Tribunal) hears references (appeals) from parents and young people against decisions of education authorities regarding the provision of educational support under the Education (Additional Support for Learning) (Scotland) Act 2004 (the 2004 Act). Children aged between 12 and 15 years who have capacity to make a reference (and where their wellbeing will not be adversely affected) can also make two types of references:
• A reference in relation to a co-ordinated support plan (CSP)
• A reference appealing against the education authority’s assessment of the child’s capacity or wellbeing.
The Equality Act 2010 (the 2010 Act) provides the right to make a claim (appeal) to the ASN Tribunal in respect of disability discrimination relating to pupils in school education. Claims may be made by the parent, the young person or the child (where the child has the capacity to make the claim). Telephone : 0141 302 5860 Email : ASNTribunal@scotcourtstribunals.gov.uk Web Address : https://www.healthandeducationchamber.scot/home
The Addressing Dyslexia Toolkit is a free resource which provides information for teachers, schools and local authorities on inclusive practice, literacy difficulties and dyslexia. The Toolkit guides users through a child-centred, collaborative process of identification, assessment, support and monitoring of dyslexia. Telephone : 03448008484 Email : email@example.com Web Enquiry Form : https://dyslexiascotland.org.uk/contact-us/ Web Address : https://addressingdyslexia.org/
The Augmentative and Alternative Communication Team Fife (AAC) provides a Fife-wide service to children and adults whose communication ability is limited due to a severe oral communication difficulty. This may have resulted from conditions present from birth, such as cerebral palsy or learning disabilities, or develop later in life, from conditions such as head injury, motor neurone disease or stroke. Telephone : 01592 583375 Email : SupportingLearners@fife.gov.uk Web Address : https://www.fifedirect.org.uk/topics/index.cfm?fuseaction=page.display&p2sid=6B1BF8FA-D950-D5D8-8D00A130838AF60A&themeid=2B4D39FB-1CC4-E06A-5201AAA15FE8C653
The Autism Toolbox is a free online resource developed to support the inclusion of autistic learners in Scottish Early Learning and Childcare settings, Primary and Secondary schools.
A key aim of the Toolbox is to support educational practitioners, schools and local authorities understand autism and support their learners and families. The Toolbox:
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Address : https://www.autismtoolbox.co.uk/
- Provides up to date information, set within the Scottish educational, health and social context on autism and inclusive practice.
- Provides free information, guidance, resources and professional learning opportunities for educational practitioners, schools and local authorities on autism and inclusive practice.
- Explains the autism identification and support pathway.
- Supports professional reflection and learning.
CALL (Communication, Access, Literacy and Learning) Scotland is a unit within Moray House School of Education at The University of Edinburgh. ICT (Information and Communications Technology) has much to offer children and young people with disabilities or additional support needs through Assistive Technology (AT) and Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC) systems. CALL pulls together information about local and national specialist ICT services. There might be an ICT specialist team in your area. Contact details for these services are available on the CALL website at the link below. Telephone : 0131 651 6235 Email : email@example.com Web Address : https://www.callscotland.org.uk/home/
Carers Trust Scotland is the largest provider of comprehensive carers support services in Scotland, reaching around 30,000 adult carers and 2,400 young carers from all groups and communities, through a unique network of independent carers centres and young carers services throughout Scotland. Telephone : 0300 772 7701 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Address : https://carers.org/our-work-in-scotland/our-work-in-scotland
CELCIS is a leading improvement and innovation centre in Scotland.
Improves children's lives by supporting people and organisations to drive long-lasting change in the services they need, and the practices used by people responsible for their care. Telephone : 0141 444 8500 Email : email@example.com Web Address : https://www.celcis.org/
Education Scotland is a Scottish Government executive agency charged with supporting quality and improvement in Scottish education and thereby securing the delivery of better learning experiences and outcomes for Scottish learners of all ages.
For information on additional support for learning visit this page on their website - https://education.gov.scot/scottish-education-system/Support%20for%20all Telephone : 0131 244 4330 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Address : https://education.gov.scot