Resources

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  • Early Years Case study 2 - Meeting the Needs of Children with SEND at Home and Family Experiences During the Covid-19 Pandemic

    Information - 06 August 2020

    In this case study we hear a parent in London describe their family experience during the Covid-19 pandemic. Interviewed in July 2020, this mum of a nearly 2-year-old boy, who has visual impairment, developmental delay and is currently being assessed for ASD, outlines the strategies and creative ways the family supported him, and the provision available, during this difficult time.

  • Early Years Case study 1 - Meeting the Needs of Children with SEND at Home and Family Experiences During the Covid-19 Pandemic

    Information - 31 July 2020

    In this case study we hear from a parent in Tyne and Wear describe their family experience during the Covid-19 pandemic. Interviewed in July 2020, this mum of a 2-year-old girl with Down’s Syndrome outlines the strategies and creative ways the family supported her and the provision available during this difficult time.

  • EY working with parents to identify SEN

    Information - 23 July 2020

    This resource is guidance and support for effective conversations with parents about SEN in the Early Years and is  suitable for all EY practitioners and leaders.

  • Effective support for children and young people with SEND Part 2

    08 July 2020 WEBINAR ATTENDEES ONLY

    This webinar recording is only available to those who paid to attend the live webinar. If you would like to find out how you can access this recording email: cpd@nasen.org.uk.v For everyone who works in a support role with children and young people with SEND ( eg teaching assistants, inclusion workers, classroom assistants), this live webinar will cover strategies for effective practice, including how to work effectively in interventions.

  • Cognitive load and pupils with SEND

    Information - 07 July 2020 SILVER AND GOLD MEMBER ONLY

    This resource comprises a range of suggestions for using cognitive load theory to support pupils with SEND.