Posts Tagged ‘advice’


More about IPSEA

Following on from my last post on IPSEA (read it here) Julia Hancock – IPSEA Development Manager – very kindly sent me the following article about IPSEA and the work they do.

Independent Parental Special Education Advice – known as IPSEA

I asked Jane McConnell, Chief Executive of IPSEA, to tell us about their work. Jane became [...]

IPSEA: Independent Parental Special Education Advice

A few weeks back I received an email from Jane McConnell, the mother of a boy with Downs Syndrome. But she’s also legally qualified and runs a charity called IPSEA. Jane wanted me to add a piece to AllAboutSpecialNeeds.com to help raise awareness of this service. I emailed her back to suggest she submit a piece [...]

Contact a Family – for families with disabled children

Everyday my children return home from their respective schools seemingly laden down with bits of paper – newletters, information about up-coming trips, pleas for money for this or that, forms to fill in for after-school clubs, etc, etc. Occasionally there’s also information about stuff external to school. My son’s school, the Ridgeway Community School, is especially [...]

Directgov

In line with the UK Governments commitment to online provision of information Directgov brings together the widest range of public service information and services online.

Produced by the Central Office of Information, Directgov provides information from across UK government departments on topics ranging from travel safety and parental leave to special educational needs and local NHS services.

The [...]