Some South Yorkshire CANN Organisations
Paces is a small specialist school for children living with Cerebral Palsy and other neurological disorders. We are situated in the North of Sheffield and provide education for children from Sheffield and other neighbouring authorities. Paces is a non-maintained special school that delivers the National Curriculum through the framework of Conductive Education.
Paces campus, Packhorse lane, High green, Sheffield, S75 2PQ
Paces School of Conductive Education
The Eden Dora Trust for children with Encephalitis was formed specifically to offer support to children and their families affected by Encephalitis and childhood Acquired Brain Injuries through support, information, education and research. We support children in hospital with Encephalitis and families after hospital discharge, advice on re-integration to school, different forms of rehabilitation, along with working on an Acquired Brain Injury schools award and much much more including raising awareness and funding research into the causes, diagnoses & treatments of Encephalitis/A.B.I; We hold study days & fund training workshops for families, teachers and health care professionals involved with the ongoing care and rehabilitation of children affected by Acquired brain injury and this life changing illness. Helping children and their families feel less isolated, different, misunderstood and alone. The Eden Dora Trust works with the help of their extensive advisory panel and is the only charity in the UK dedicated solely to children who suffer from Encephalitis, that anyone can get, at any time. Our Mission SPEAK: Support – for those affected by Encephalitis to find out about what help is available and how they can access it. Provision – of funding to support further research into the causes, symptoms and potential cures for Encephalitis Education – funding essential training for those […]
The Eden Dora Trust for Children with Encephalitis
Sheffield Special Educational Needs & Disabilities Information, Advice and Support (SSENDIAS) are a statutory service offering free impartial, confidential, information advice and support to: Children and young people (0-25 years old) with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) and their parent carers on education and related health and social care matters.
Level 3, East Wing, Moorfoot, Sheffield, S1 4PL
Educational Psychologists work mainly with schools and places where children are educated. We help to find solutions to worries and concerns people might have about how children are developing, progressing or learning. We often work with children who are the most vulnerable and have the greatest complexity of needs. Mainly a specialist service but timely intervention can sometimes prevent issues becoming more complex. The Service consists of a team of Educational Psychologists and an admin team. There are 22 psychologists, some working part time and others full time. This is the equivalent of Just over 18 full time posts for the whole of the city. The Service is currently managed by two Principal Educational Psychologists, supported by three Senior Educational Psychologists. The service has a specialist senior Educational Psychologists for Social Emotional and Mental Health Needs All Educational Psychologists are qualified practitioners, and registered with the HCPC (Health & Care Professions Council) Most practicing psychologists are also members of the Association of Educational Psychologists, and/or the British Psychological Service
Sheffield Educational Psychology Service Floor 4, North Wing Moorfoot Building Sheffield S1 4PL