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Dyslexic tendencies 

http://eyecanlearn.com/ 

https://innerpiecesgallery.com/printable-fun-for-kids/free-printables/

Don’t forget IDL ,if your child is on this programme, they have a login
 

ASD

www.autism.org.uk – The National Autistic Society website, the main UK charity for supporting people with ASD and their families (contains lots of useful advice and resources)

www.attentionautism.com – For more information on Attention Autism and how you can support your child to develop attention and turn-taking skills

www.autismspeaks.org – A comprehensive site, with a useful resource library

www.oneplaceforspecialneeds.com/main/library_social_stories.html - A really useful set of social stories to share with children, covering topics ranging from coping with a new baby in the family to getting a haircut to making friends. The National Autistic Society website also provides guidance on writing your own personalised social stories

Useful, fun websites with highly visual games for using with your children to consolidate early skills:

www.starfall.com

www.ictgames.com

www.topmarks.co.uk

www.crickweb.co.uk

 

Dyspraxia

Dyspraxia Foundation - offers information and supports individuals and families affected by developmental dyspraxia through books, suggestions, a teen newsletter, and an adult support group

 

Hearing Impaired

www.ndcs.org.uk - National Deaf Children’s Society – have an informative website including information about a new software reader for spoken text on the web.

Hearing/Communication difficulties:

www.singinghands.co.uk - Singing Hands – have produced a video with 25 songs for children who are learning signing before their speech has developed or have hearing or communication difficulties.

www.talkingpoint.org.uk - Speech and Language Services – Talking Point provides a guide to speech and language services and useful links to other associated websites.

 

Visually impaired:

www.rnib.org.uk - There are around two million people in the UK with sight problems and RNIB (Royal National Institute of Blind People) is the leading charity offering practical support, advice and information to anyone with a sight problem. Their pioneering work helps not just with braille, Talking Books and computer training, but with imaginative and practical solutions to everyday challenges.

https://stories.audible.com/start-listen

 Free access to audible books whilst schools are closed

 

Mental Health:

www.youngminds.org.uk - Young Minds – a national charity committed to improving the mental health of all children, advice about depression, eating disorders, and other mental health issues affecting children, see website for details.

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