Other SPLDs

Resources

Overview

“An “inclusive” education system can only be created if ordinary schools become more inclusive – in other words, if they become better at educating all children in their communities”
(Key Principles for Promoting Quality in Inclusive Education, European Agency for Development in Special Needs Education, 2009)

In order to include all pupils with SEND, it is imperative to understand the range of difficulties they experience and the impact upon their ability to learn and develop. This section provides information regarding the range of other common difficulties which are experienced within mainstream and specialist settings. The information is provided for your own personal use only. The copyright for the handouts remains with the author and publisher, SENDISS.

Communication and Interaction (SLCN):


Social, Emotional and Mental Health Needs:


Sensory and Physical Needs: