Speech Link and Language Link are innovative multi-media packages that give teachers and teaching assistants the ability to screen for developmental speech and language difficulties. Information is also given about implementing appropriate support programmes and strategies. If you do not currently subscribe to Speech Link and Language Link click here for more information and a FREE demo.
Autism Education Trust. The website includes extensive resources and advice to support effective education practice in the area of ASD. Access to the website is also a requirement for schools who are currently, and will be in the future, participating in the DEAP (Devon Enhanced Autism Programme). Access to resources are free, but professionals are required to sign up to receive a password to access the full site.
Call (Communication, Access, Literacy and Learning) Scotland helps children and young people across Scotland to overcome disability and barriers to learning created by their environment, and to fulfil their potential. The link will take you to a resource page which has posters and leaflets identifying useful ICT resources and apps which can support learners. Posters and leaflets are available for many platforms and for a range of learning barriers.
Thrive 'helps adults prepare children and young people for life’s emotional ups and downs'.
Winston's Wish is a childhood bereavement charity in the UK who offer practical support and guidance to bereaved children, their families and professionals.
Balloons is a charity that provides support for children, young people and their families, before an expected death,or following the death, of someone significant in their lives.
Early Help 4 Mental Health. The website provides detailed information about the Early Help 4 Mental Health initiative, including how schools can sign up and get involved, the core offer and signposting for parents and young people.
Schools in Mind is a free network for school staff and allied professionals which shares academic and clinical expertise regarding the wellbeing and mental health issues that affect schools. The network provides a trusted source of up-to-date and accessible information and resources that school leaders, teachers and support staff can use to support the mental health and wellbeing of the children and young people in their care.
Workshops | programmes of intervention | coaching professional training | wellbeing at work. They work with: adults | children | families | schools early years settings | community projects | businesses.
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RESOURCES FOLLOWING THE PSP CONFERENCES
Conference on 2nd November 2017:
Conference on 15th June 2017:
Conference on 2nd March 2017:
Conference on 10th November 2016:
Integrated Children's Services Devon provide children’s health services across Devon. They are a myriad of health and social care, and some aspects of education assessment, that support children and young people and their families and carers in Devon. The website is the first point of reference for any referral which is to be made into the Devon SPA (Single Point of Access). The website provides valuable information which outlines referral criteria for each service provided by Devon ICS, useful information and resource documents, relevant referral documents required by each service.
Babcock LDP Educational Psychology Service
Domestic Violence and Abuse Resource Pack for Schools: Good Practice Guidance
Running Deer supports schools with a range of alternative therapeutic services for young people in Devon who are struggling in the classroom.
Central Devon Academy is an Alternative Provision Academy Sponsored by The Schools Company Trust providing full time education for children from 4-16 years of age. We cover Central Devon including Exeter, East Devon and Mid Devon and work closely with Devon County Council to ensure a swift transition both into and out of the Academy to minimise the impact of any transition on the learning of those young people.
SEND Resource Library