Working with families

HOW WE CAN HELP FAMILIES

Our aim is to stop people with dyslexia struggling in silence by supporting them through providing an accessible, affordable, quality service run by specialist trained staff. Often we can be a family’s only lifeline. We are dependent on membership subscriptions, grants and fundraising. Please help us any way you can!

Click to see larger version - Think you may have dyslexia?
Click to see larger version – Think you may have dyslexia?
Click to see larger version - Think your child may have dyslexia?
Click to see larger version – think your child may have dyslexia?

 

Autumn Daze Online

SEN information

The Bridge, a book written by children with dyslexia from Ilfracombe Junior School, is about 10 year old twins who have lots of adventures. More info can be found here.

Dyslexia guides for families

understanding dyslexia 7-11
Understanding Dyslexia 7-11 years old
understanding dyslexia 11-16
Understanding Dyslexia 11-16 years old

 

LBWF School Price List January 2016

Charity Manager e-mail: helen@ wfda.org.uk

Help Lines:  020 8520 7370 / 020 8520 1684 / 07713 165017 (further education calls only)

 

SEN Information

SEN glossary
Glossary of SEN terms
SEN reform faqs
SEN Reform frequently asked questions

 

SEN code practice
SEND Code of Practice 2014
SEN carers
SEND Guide for Parents and Carers 2014

 

children&families-act-workshop
Free Children and Families Act workshop

 

Young person’s guide to the children and families act 2014

The National Archives – Children and Families Act 2014

Summary of the children and families act

Children and Families Act 2014 (PDF format)

 

SEND Tribunal

IPSEA Charity has created a free Refusal to Access Pack to help parents/young people appeal to the SEND tribunal

ipsea.org.uk/what-you-need-to-know/SEND-tribunal

IPSEA
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Communities Empowerment Network (CEN)

Communities Empowerment Network provides free advice, support and representation to parents across London. CEN works with over 1000 parents per year to retain young people in mainstream education.

Please follow link below to access CEN website

http://cenlive.org/