Some West Yorkshire CANN Organisations
We are a free cricket session held on a weekly basis. These sessions are delivered by the Yorkshire Cricket Board and funded by the Lord Taverners. We provide weekly opportunities for children aged 12-25 with any form of SEND the chance to participate in weekly physical activity (usually cricket) whilst offering workshop opportunities to build a better future.
Headingley Stadium, St Michaels Ln, Leeds LS6 3PW
The Yorkshire Super 1s Programme
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
Sheffield Educational Psychology Service
Communication Matters (CM) is a UK-wide charity committed to supporting people of all ages who find talking difficult because they have little or no clear speech. This can be via paper based communication supports or computer based voice output, we call this AAC (Augmentative and Alternative Communication). Communication can be compromised across many conditions such as Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, Brain Injury, Learning Difficulties and Autism. We have an associate membership of around 400 people. Members come from across the UK and from all the various interests in AAC – personal experience, professional, commercial and research. Members receive copies of our Journal which is published 3 times a year, amongst other benefits. We hold a number of events: most notably our International AAC Conference held over 2.5 days at the University of Leeds each September, as well as UK-wide AAC Information Days (product demonstration days) and Study Days which focus on a particular topic of AAC. We also have many online resources and publications and an AAC Forum. If you are interested in finding out more, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Communication Matters, 3rd Floor, University House, University of Leeds, Leeds, LS2 9JT
Talkin Tarn is a new community group set up in Barnsley to support SEND parents and carers. Our aim is to have therapy drop in days, workshops and regular weekly meet ups aka tea, biscuits and a chat to support SEND parents and carers. Our weekly meet ups are on Monday’s from 10am – 11:30am at the Priory Campus in Barnsley Carers Society (Making Space) community room
Talkin Tarn Barnsley Carers Society (Making Space) community room Priory Campus, Pontefract Rd, Barnsley S71 5PN