Tel: 0345 123 2303
Enquire offers information and support for learning, including impartial advice about how pupils can access the right support. It also provides a range of easy-to-read guides and factsheets.
Tel: 0808 800 0082 (Mon to Fri 9am to 7pm and Sat 10 am to 2pm)
EASS offers advice and assistance to those who think they may have experienced discrimination, including referrals from employers, service providers and educators. This service is available in England, Scotland and Wales, and is able to support a variety of languages.
IPSEA offers free, legally based information and support in securing the right education for young people with all kinds of special educational needs. Useful resources include example letters and a 'jargon buster'.
IAS Services have a duty to provide information, advice and support to young people with disabilities, and their parents. Useful resources include E-Learning factsheets and online consultancy.
Tel: 0131 313 2322
Resolve: ASL is the largest independent mediation provider in Scotland, and works to assist local education authorities to meet the requirements of the Scottish 'Additional Support for Learning' act of 2004/09. The service is available to both families and professionals.
Tel: 0845 120 3730
SNAP Cymru acts to help children and young people reach their potential by ensuring families have independent information, advice and support.
Tel: 0289 079 5779 (Mon to Wed 10am to 1pm)
SENAC is a charity in Northern Ireland providing an independent advice, information and advocacy service for parents of children and young people with special educational needs up to the age of 19 across a wide range of learning difficulties.
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