Special Educational Needs & Disabilities Information
Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Information, Advice and Support Service (SENDIASS)

SENDIASS offers impartial, confidential information, advice and support for parents and carers of children and young people (aged 0-25) with special educational needs or disabilities and children (16 years and under) with special educational needs or disabilities. 

Click HERE to access the SENDIASS website

Access to this service is via the FISH helpline: 

Tel: (01482) 396469

SENDIASS will respond to your enquiry within two working days. 


KIDS Children and Young people SEND Information, Advice and Support Service

A young people's information, advice, support and advocacy service, including special educational needs, disabilities and health and social care matters across the county. The service aims to help young people take an active part in decision making about their future by giving impartial, confidential and accessible advice and information.

Telephone number - 01482 467540


Click HERE for the KIDS website



Contact

National helpline for parents and carers in any part of the UK with a disabled child aged from birth to 25. Your child can have any kind of disability or additional need, and you do not need to have a diagnosis.


Freephone - 0808 808 3555

Click HERE to access the website



Play a Little, Learn a Lot

'Play a little, learn a lot' are a collection of play session videos aimed at children with SEN (special educational needs) but they can also be shared and enjoyed by preschool children of any age. As well as sharing the videos with your children they act as a guide to parents/carer's to give ideas for simple play sessions, using simple language, supported by simple signing and visuals (symbols) to help promote language and communication and shared play. Symbols can be replaced by photos or objects depending on the child's level of understanding. Most importantly these play sessions should be fun. 

Click HERE to go to YouTube


Bladder & Bowel UK

Bladder & Bowel UK have many easy to follow online toilet training resources for parents, practitioners and childcare professionals working with children with additional needs. Click the links below for more information! 

Toilet Training Resources

Toilet Training Children with Additional Needs – Ready or Not!

Humber Sensory Processing Hub

The Humber Sensory Processing Hub website provides information on sensory processing difficulties and how they impact on children and young people. Whilst referrals to the service can only be made for children registered with a Hull GP, there is a lot of useful information on the site. The information is suitable for parents/carers and all practitioners as the impact that sensory processing difficulties can have on children/young people impacts on all areas of their lives.

Click HERE for more information