The essential advice and support is being provided by the educational psychologists for schools/parents of children with special educational needs and work closely with the special educational needs co-ordinator. Identifying the reasons for their learning or having any behaviour problems can be established by spending time with any individual child. After finding the reasons will present it to the both school and parents.
The children who are facing difficulties in understanding, when using communication to socialise properly and expressing them, the speech and language therapist will work with them and try to solve their problems. They will also work with the children who are struggling with eating, drinking and swallowing. The speech and language therapist works in close partnership with the child, their family, school and any other healthcare professionals. They work together in sharing Child’s needs but the decision about how …show more content…
The trained specialist provides a direction and practical support for the teachers and schools leaders about their specialist area. They play an important role in finding and working closely with the under achieving children and this will help them to rise their performance and success.
The educational welfare officer will work with schools, children and families by resolving any issues. They identify the problems in the meeting with the school, children and parents and find the possible solutions are their responsibility. If required they also make a visit to the children’s home/school to provide solutions for any on-going