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Some West Yorkshire CANN Organisations
Interplay Theatre tours annually to arts venues and SEN schools with sensory theatre work specifically designed for young people with complex needs. With a strong aesthetic and touching narratives, our performances give young people with PMLD the chance to experience high quality theatre in school, like other young people their age. From our theatre building in Armley, we run our community programme, LS12 Creative and we offer open days, performances, projects and sessions for young people with Additional Needs.
Interplay Theatre, Armley Ridge Road, Armley, Leeds, LS12 3LE
Bradford Council through Children’s Services, Education and Learning provides a range of specialist teaching and support services to schools and Private, Voluntary and Independent Early Years settings as part of its offer and statutory duties for children and young people aged 0-25 years with special educational needs and disabilities.The Low Incidence team are a team of specialist teachers and support workers, instructors, habilitation officers, audiologists and technical officers who provide specialist teaching and support and outreach work to children and young people who are / have: Visual impairment Hearing impairment Multi-sensory impairment Physical needs We also manage specialist provision for children who are deaf, vision impaired or multi-sensory impaired in the Local Authority led Resourced Provisions: Grove House Primary School (VI) Swain House Primary School (Deaf) Girlington Primary School (Deaf) Hanson Delta Academy (Deaf and VI)
Service for Children and Young People with Visual Impairment 3rd Floor, Margaret McMillan Tower Prince’s Way Bradford BD1 1NN
Bradford Children’s Services 0-25 Specialist Teaching & Support Service (STASS)
RSBC are here to support you and your family if you have a blind or partially sighted child aged 0-25. We offer a range of services including face-to-face emotional support and practical advice for families living in Yorkshire and the Humber, and opportunities for children and young people to build confidence and skills through activities. At RSBC, we want every blind child and their family to have the skills and confidence to live their life without limits. All our services are free to join. From the moment you receive a diagnosis that your child has sight loss, if there is a change in vision, if your child or family are going through some changes that are difficult to manage or any other time when life just seems a bit tough, get in touch and let one of our Family Practitioners be there to support you. We can support the whole family through our Families First service. Our Support Advisor is on hand for any practical questions you may have, for example benefits information, blue badges or grant applications. We also have a range of activities that you and your child can join to connect with others both in person and […]
Registered Office: RSBC, Life Without Limits Centre, 10 Lower Thames Street, London, EC3R 6EN
Royal Society for Blind Children
Burmantofts, Harehills and Richmond Hill PCN is a network of practices with a common goal of improving the health of our local population. Our vision is to collaborate for the benefit of our patients. Informed by data; work to reduce inequalities, enable practices to be sustainable and make a positive difference to our patients lives.
Bellbrooke Surgery, Bellbrooke Ave, Harehills, Leeds LS9 6AU