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If a child is not reaching educational targets and outcomes as part of any additional special educational needs (SEN) support provided at school, it may be necessary to request an Education, Health & Care (EHC)…
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When a child is found to be having difficulties with their school work and it is considered that this is caused by the child having Special Educational Needs (SEN), it may be necessary for the…
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Art therapy integrates psychotherapy and some forms of visual art such as painting, drawing, or modelling, as a specific form of therapy, but it can also used alongside other types of therapy such as music…
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As part of a series of articles focusing on education following a brain injury, Laxmi Patel, from Brain injury Group member law firm, Boyes Turner, explains what Special Educational Needs (SEN) are. What are Special…
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Personal Independence Payment is available to people who need help with everyday life or have difficulties getting around due to a long-term illness or disability. It has replaced Disability Living Allowance for people of working…
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A brain injury can have the most devastating impact on the person who has suffered the injury, but the ripple effect on their family can also be life-changing even if that’s not immediately apparent. Brain…
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