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West Berkshire SENDIASS
West Berkshire SENDIASS6 hours ago
Please be aware that over the Easter holidays West Berkshire SENDIASS will be running a reduced capacity service from 3rd April – 14th April and will be closed on Friday 7th April and Monday 10th April. Your enquiry will be logged and one of our team will endeavour to get back to you within 10 working days.

We recommend having a look at our website for a fantastic range of webinars and factsheets which may provide you with further information.

We wish you and your family a lovely Easter holiday.
West Berkshire SENDIASS
West Berkshire SENDIASS4 days ago
🐰 Kids Eat Free (or for £1) Easter Half Term 2023 🐰

More restaurants & Cafes will be added during the run up to Half Term here 👉
West Berkshire SENDIASS
West Berkshire SENDIASS1 week ago
Information about the HAF programme for 2023 as well as videos from our 2021 and 2022 programme.
West Berkshire SENDIASS
West Berkshire SENDIASS1 week ago
Almost 90% of disabled children have issues with sleep. Many can’t get into a routine, keep waking up or struggle to fall asleep at all — often due to discomfort, medication or communication issues.

So here are 6 tips to help your child! Read our Sleep Guide for more information about each of these tips, plus lots of advice for parent carers 👉

And since it’s World Sleep Day, here are some other helpful resources you might like…

✨ Book a free call to get personalised strategies, tailored advice and 1-2-1 support from one of the parent carers in our Listening Ear team:

✨ Browse sensory lighting, specialist sleepwear, weighted blankets, waterproof bedding, and many other sleep aids at Fledglings:

✨ Visit our Sleep Webpage for more tips on sleeping and where to get support:

✨ Join our free Sleep Workshop for parents of young disabled children (dates to be confirmed soon):
West Berkshire SENDIASS
West Berkshire SENDIASS2 weeks ago
All children learn in different ways and make differing rates of progress. Some children find learning harder than others, perhaps in reading, writing, maths or developing social skills and may need more help and support to make progress. If it is the case that a child has greater difficulty in learning than most of the children of the same age or needs support that is additional or different to the others in their class, then they are said to have special educational needs (SEN).