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Which School? for Special Needs 2011/12 published May 17, 2011

Posted by Alex, Managing Director in Independent Education, New releases, Special Educational Needs.
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We have received back from the printers the latest edition of Which School? for Special Needs 2011/12.

It is the 20th edition of this popular guide to independent and non-maintained schools and colleges of further education in Britain, for pupils with sensory, physical, learning, social, emotional and behavioural difficulties, or dyslexia.

Here are a few words from the guidebook’s editor, Wendy Bosberry-Scott:

Our guest editorials this year include information about The Orpheus Centre in Surrey, a perfoming arts school with a difference; we hear from HACSG, the hyperactive children’s support group; and Deafness UK has contributed a story about one mum’s fight for her children’s hearing.

Griselda Halling, from Independent Nutrition, gives us valuable insight into why healthy eating is so important, and we hear from The Huntington’s Disease Association, who tell us about this terrible disease and how it can affect everyone in the family, and how they are working to help, inform and support families and professionals alike.

The British Dyslexia Association talk about their work in helping to make schools more dyslexia teaching friendly, and we hear from Skill, who work with students with disabilities, helping them in their search for further education, training and employment. And, as we are nearing 2012, we hear from ParalympicsGB about how you can get involved in the Paralympics.

Finding an establishment that will address the needs of your child is extremely important, as it will have a significant impact on their development, the level of independence they are able to achieve and the opportunities they are able to embrace in life. The search for the right school can be a complex and emotional journey and so, to help the reader, we have tried to make this guide as informative, interesting and easy to use as possible.

Which School? for Special Needs 2011/12 is the leading guide to independent SEN schools in the UK. Click here for purchasing information.

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