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  1. Childcare Providers

    Find out about the diffrent types of childcare providers in the Reading area. We are the only official organisation that holds Ofsted registered childcare provider information in Reading (e.g. childminders, day nurseries, pre-schools, after school clubs, breakfast clubs, holiday clubs, creches), which is updated daily…
  2. Pre-Schools

    Pre-Schools provide sessional hours, generally during term time. To find out more please see below. Next review date June 2024
  3. Learning Disabilities: Annual Health Checks

    People with learning disabilities often have poorer physical and mental health than other people. This doesn't need to be the case. The Annual Health Check scheme is for adults and young people aged 14 or above with learning disabilities who need more health support and who…
  4. Autism Support

    Autism Berkshire and Reading Mencap support people with autism and learning disabilities to build self esteem, onfidence and have more say and control over their own lives. https://www.autismberkshire.org.uk/ https://www.readingmencap.org.uk/    
  5. NHS Long Term Plan

    Here are some additional resources that have been made available following the publication of the NHS Long Term Plan.  These include: NHS Long Term Plan - Easy read version A five minute video explaining provisions for learning disability and autism, featuring NHS England representatives Aaron…
  6. Children's Action Teams (CATs)

    Children’s Action Teams (CATs) in Reading are local teams providing help, guidance and support, working together with families and communities to create and achieve positive change for Reading’s children and young people. CATs work closely with schools and other services to provide family-centred support that…
  7. What is the Role of a SENCo

    What is the role of a SENCo (Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator) A SENCo is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the school's SEN policy. All mainstream schools must appoint a teacher to be their SENCo. The SENCo will co-ordinate additional support for pupils with SEND…
  8. What is Pathalogical Demand Avoidance (PDA)?

    What is PDA? Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA) is a developmental disorder which is distinct from autism but falls under the spectrum. It is a pervasive developmental disorder (meaning it affects all areas of development) and was first identified by Elizabeth Newson in 2003, although it…
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