Full of Life’s Information Advice and Support Service (I.A.S.S.) offers independent advice, information and guidance on issues relating to Special Educational Needs. The service is for parents of disabled children and young people (0-25) with Special Educational Needs and informs them about their rights and the rights of their child under Education Law.

For more information on this service please contact Allison Ambrogi on 0208 960 9064 / [email protected].

 

Full of Life’s Independent Support Service (I.S.S.) offers specific support for parents of children and young people who are requesting or are transferring from Statements or Learning Disability Assessments to Education, Health and Social Care Plans (E.H.C).

For more information on this service please contact Julia Mc Sweeney on 0208 962 9994 / [email protected]

 

Other Useful organisations and websites:

ASSET is a small independent charity which provides web based information and advice on education to parents/carers of children with special educational needs (SEN) who live in England. For more information visit  https://www.sen-help.org.uk/

IPSEA (Independent Parental Special Education Advice) offers free and independent legally based information, advice and support to help get the right education for children and young people with all kinds of special educational needs (SEN) and disabilities.  For more information visit https://www.ipsea.org.uk/

Education Rights Service (National Autistic Society) provides impartial, confidential information, advice and support on education rights and entitlements for parents and carers of pre-school and school-age children with autism to help them get the educational support their child needs. http://www.autism.org.uk/services/helplines/education-rights.aspx

 Luke Clements is a CEREBRA professor of law at Leeds University and is a solicitor at Scott-Moncrieff & Associates Ltd. Luke’s academic research is primarily concerned with the rights of people who experience social exclusion, including disabled people and their carers. He has also helped promote a number of parliamentary bills and collaborated on a number of publications including books and articles.

www.lukeclements.co.uk/