Pupils & Parents

Pupils & Parents

Early support at school can fundamentally change a young person’s approach to activities involving reading, writing, remembering and organising. With the correct technology and training, anyone can address their learning barriers.

Early support at school can fundamentally change a young person’s approach to activities involving reading, writing, remembering and organising. With the correct technology and training, anyone can address their learning barriers.

Our Provision.

Schools


We want to give young people with learning barriers the confidence to succeed. By working with parents, careers advisors, local councils and training providers, we hope to create a pathway for evolving assistance from school to further training to full-time employment.

Early support at school can fundamentally change a young person’s approach to activities involving reading, writing, remembering and organising. With the correct technology and training, anyone can address their learning barriers.

Our pocket e-learning courses have been specially adapted for younger pupils in the 11-14 age range. Using highly-interactive resources, learners are introduced to key assistive-technology software which can have a life-changing effect on how they read, write and organise.

For older pupils, our SCQF-rated qualification or our training programme accredited by City&Guilds are gateways to mastering the fundamental skills required in the contemporary workplace. Learners are shown how to use assistive-technology to improve core employability skills such as communicating with colleagues, time management and presenting information.

Our help is not limited to children with dyslexia. We can also help with:

  • Autism
  • Visual impairment
  • Hearing loss
  • Mobility restrictions
Benefits
  • Comprehensive assessment
  • Training to promote confidence and reduce anxiety
  • Software site licences for school and home
  • Accredited dyslexia-specific qualifications and training programmes
  • 24/7 access to our online e-learning portal to supplement learning

    Funding Options.

    DSA


    The Disabled Students Allowance (DSA) is a non-income assessed allowance to cover any extra costs or expenses you might have while studying, which arise because of your disability.

     Scottish DSA Website

     English DSA Website

    Key Contact.

    Concept Northern


    info@conceptnorthern.co.uk

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