‘Being an advocate for your child with additional needs’ – by Raising Children Network

If your child with additional needs can’t speak up for himself, you can speak for him to make sure his needs are being met. This is called being an advocate for your child.

Being an advocate: what does it mean?

Advocacy is promoting and defending a person’s rights, needs and interests.

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EMOTIONALLY ABLE - A framework for supporting the emotional well-being of children and young people with learning difficulties in special schools

The framework has been developed by experienced teachers and educational psychologists

Introductory Workshop

This framework offers a structured cyclical approach for developing an emotionally supportive classroom and for individual planning to support the emotional well-being and mental health needs

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