SEND MYTHS BUSTER

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  The law is often misunderstood by both parents and carers of disabled children and people who work for public bodies. ‘Myths’ develop – some are listed here: You need a diagnosis to be entitled to any support A medical diagnosis is not essential in order to trigger a duty to provide support for a […]

SEND ACRONYMS

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TALK the talk! SEND is a minefield of acronyms. Here are some of the most commonly used ones: A AAC Augmentative and Alternative Communication ADVISORY TEACHER – a specialist teacher employed by the local education authority to give advice to schools ADD Attention Deficit Disorder ADHD Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder APA Alternative Provision Academy (formerly […]