Here is a range of teaching resources that schools can use to raise awareness of epilepsy and the impact that the condition can have on the lives of children and young people.
This site has the contact details for Enquire, the Scottish support service for additional support for learning (SEN). This helpline is there for parents, carers or educational practictioners. Part of the website is for young people with special needs.
Created by a parent, this website gives advice to other parents about home education for children with dyslexia. There is information to help you identify factors which indicate dyslexia.
A site which looks at issues such as challenging behaviour, school refusers and anger management. It explains reasons for such problems and provides advice for parents and teachers of children needing help.
Excellent information and advice about this condition.
A useful reference to answer the question "What is dyslexia?" and online information for parents, including contacts to local dyslexia associations in the UK.
Concerned parents may find this online explanation of hyperactivity helpful. The site considers possible causes and dietary implications.
Information for parents and teachers which can help to identify those characteristics which indicate that a child is gifted. There is also a counselling service to support parents.
The Association is there to support parents of children with Down's Syndrome, but teachers will also find the information useful too.
Find out here what dyspraxia is and get practical information on how to help children with dyspraxia cope with daily life.