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Abilia Toby Churchill

Stand: A23

Abilia Toby Churchill is the UK branch of the Abilia family. Together we develop, manufacture and provide assistive technology to people around the world. Our range of assistive products give independence and support to people of all ages and abilities, with a wide range of communication, cognition and daily living needs.

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Activise Software/Acognia

Stand: D7

Acognia produces ActiVise and AVP Software for learners who benefit from personalised, repetitive and interactive learning.

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Ambitious About Autism

Stand: E17

Ambitious about Autism is the national charity for children and young people with autism. We provide services, raise awareness and understanding, and campaign for change.

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Stand: E22

AngelSense is the only phone that is designed specifically for individuals with autism and their families. Our mission is to create a safer world for individuals with autism who tend to wander, or need support with building their independence skills. The cutting-edge technology was developed to bring you the most accurate tracking, monitoring and communicating solution along with immeasurable peace of mind.

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Autism Anglia

Stand: B10

Autism Anglia provides a range of services to enable people with autism to live as independently as possible and experience choice and inclusion in society.

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Autism Eye

Stand: A6

Autism Eye, media partner of The Autism Show, offers in-depth, independent and useful information for parents and professionals.

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Autism Progress

Stand: E22

Autism Progress is a new tool which profiles people on the autism spectrum, providing schools and adult services with targeted support strategies that are tailored to the developmental stage of each individual. Autism Progress combines expertise from Autism Wessex, Scottish Autism and the North East Autism Society, and is supported by assessment specialist B Squared. We are now trialling Autism Progress within selected schools, and look forward to launching our new profiling tool in the Autumn.

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Stand: B19

Autismlinks is a website providing information and contacts which the users of autism services, their families, and their carers have found useful in dealing with the condition.

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B Squared

Stand: D25

Our Autism Progress framework within the Connecting Steps assessment software can be used to profile individuals on the autism spectrum. Targeted support strategies are provided, tailored to each individual’s developmental stage. Our evidence management system, Evisense makes it easy to capture photo/video evidence of learning and share it with parents securely, helping to increase parental engagement.

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Beam ABA Services

Stand: B7

Beam ABA Services works with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), ADHD and other complex behavioural needs. We use ABA therapy to bring about meaningful and purposeful change in behaviour, growing an individual’s independence and enhancing their experience of the world. We work with children and young people across early intervention, school, university and transition years.

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Stand: B11

BeyondAutism is a charity dedicated to empowering people with autism to lead fuller lives through positive educational experiences, training for the people who work with them and support for their families and carers. Our services include Independent Special Schools for 4-19 year-olds, Post-19 provision and Outreach and Training.

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Breckenbrough School

Stand: B22

Breckenbrough is a day and residential school for boys with a range of learning and behavioural difficulties, including Asperger’s Syndrome (AS), Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC), Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA), Tourette’s Syndrome (TS) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder ADHD). We are a Non-Maintained Special School (NMSS) approved by the Secretary of State.

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Cambian Group

Stand: C11

We are one of the largest providers of specialist behavioural health services for children and adults in the UK. Although our work embraces many specialist disciplines, it is united by a common purpose: to actively enable each and every one of the people in our care to achieve their personal best, however it is defined by them or for them.

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Care Trade Answers for Autism

Stand: E21

Since January 2010 we have piloted two projects and worked with over 90 young people. CareTrade strives to improve the life chances of school leavers and adults with autism by creating inspirational and sustainable opportunities that will help them achieve their potential and be as independent as possible.

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Cavendish Education

Stand: C13

Cavendish Education is a very unique schools group. We educate and inspire exceptional young people and aim to ignite the spark of genius that is inherent in every child. It is our responsibility as educators to identify, celebrate and support each student and to deliver outstanding outcomes.

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Chewigem By Gemious

Stand: E14

Chewigem - for the need to chew! Stylish, functional and designed to look amazing. It is widely recognised that many people with sensory needs find chewing a way of remaining calm during times of stress. Chewigem is intended to sooth and comfort children and adults with any type of chewing needs. Non - toxic, washable and a design to meet all needs.

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Choice Care Group

Stand: B14

Choice Care Group provides personalised residential support and supported living for adults with learning disabilities, mental disorders and complex emotional and behavioural needs including autism across care homes and individual tenancies in Wiltshire, Hampshire, Gloucestershire, Berkshire, Oxfordshire and Surrey.

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Consensus Support

Stand: E7

We’re an accredited, nationally recognised learning disability service provider with 90 services in England, Scotland and Wales. We provide tailored support and accommodation in residential and supported living services, as well as short breaks and community support. Consensus supports over 500 adults with learning disability, autism and complex needs.

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Crick Software

Stand: E10

Crick Software creates literacy support software for children of all ages and abilities. Take a look at Clicker 7, the child-friendly word processor that is helping pupils across the autistic spectrum to access the curriculum and achieve success. Crick has also released a range of apps for iPads and Chromebooks.

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Derwen College

Stand: C20

Derwen is one of the largest specialist colleges in the country, graded ‘Outstanding’ at its last two consecutive inspections.
The college provides supported living and day provision to young people with a wide range of LDD including autistic spectrum conditions. The college’s specialism is personalised learning in real work environments.

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Dynamo Maths

Stand: B12

Come and see our award-winning dyscalculia assessment and intervention programme. The assessment provides an insight into the underlying maths difficulties without bringing in a dyscalculia specialist. it also provides an individual intervention plan with a scheme of work. Using the graduated approach pupils are successfully making gains.

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Explore Your Senses

Stand: A5

Explore Your Senses are proud to supply sensory toys and equipment for babies, toddlers and children; hand-selected for those with special needs, including ADHD and Autism toys. We also have a range of kits which are suitable for early years developmental environments such as nurseries and pre-schools. Our fun kits, exploration bags and discovery tubs make the perfect addition to any sensory room

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Filisia Interfaces

Stand: C9

Filisia is an award-winning assistive technology company with a mission to unlock human potential in creative ways. Our first product is Cosmo, a smart modular device, and software platform that uses games and musical expression to make the learning of those with special education needs fun, tactile and interactive.

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Hesley Group

Stand: D14

Established in 1975, Hesley Group provides flexible, specialist residential services and schools. We aim to offer the best possible care, education and vocational opportunities for young people and adults, often with autism, who have a learning disability and complex needs with behaviour that may challenge.

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Home From Home Care

Stand: E9

Home From Home Care provides a range of specialist needs-led services for adults (17-64) with learning disabilities and complex support needs including Autism, Epilepsy, Severe Learning Disabilities, Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities, Sensory Impairment and associated Health & Mental Health issues. Our approach comes from having been created by parents. Combining the family perspective with experienced professionals from social care, a dynamic service has evolved that strives to offer individuals with a learning disability better outcomes and wider horizons.

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Independence Homes

Stand: B21

Specialist care provider for people aged 17-65 with epilepsy and/or other associated needs. Our services care for a range of complex physical, learning, behavioural, epilepsy and other needs; including brain injury and autism. We provide 24 hour waking care and promote independence in the community.

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Integrated Therapy Life and Speech Therapy Life

Stand: E6

Integrated Therapy Life and Speech Therapy Life. Working together. Making life better. Our speech therapist and therapy associate have over 30 years’ experience and expertise in autism, supporting families, professionals and children. Direct and indirect specialised services include: assessment, target setting, therapy, behaviour support and training.

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Stand: C15

Independent Parental Special Education Advice (known as IPSEA) is a registered charity (number 327691). IPSEA 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.

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Jumping Clay

Stand: JumpingCLAY Workshops

Playing with JumpingCLAY is a stimulating process encapsulating all the senses. We believe that “learning by doing” or “experiential learning” helps to reinforce a child’s development and education. It helps great students to achieve more and struggling learners to master more complex concepts.

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LDA Learning Develop Achieve

Stand: E20

LDA provides resources to help children with special needs which range from conditions such as Dyslexia, Dyspraxia and Autism to those who need extra help with curricular subjects.

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Limpsfield Grange School

Stand: E8

Limpsfield Grange School exists to support girls aged 11 -16 with a wide and diverse range of needs. Our students have: Autism, Asperger’s syndrome, and speech, language and communication difficulties. We also offer places to girls who due to their physical or emotional vulnerabilities would not have the resilience to succeed in a mainstream setting. We are a residential school where day places are available.

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LVS Oxford & LVS Hassocks

Stand: C12

LVS Oxford offers a supported learning environment for young people who have a diagnosis on the autism spectrum. Based on our successful school, LVS Hassocks, our approach focuses on building life skills to give these young learners greater opportunities for living more independently when they leave.

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Match Solicitors

Stand: A13

Match Solicitors are experts and have a highly experienced team in dealing with and assisting young people and parents whose children have Special Educational Needs (SEN). The team has enjoyed a very high success rate in bringing cases to an amicable resolution. 98% of our Appeals settle before a final hearing.

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Mike Ayres Design

Stand: B1

We design and create multi-sensory environments, sensory studios, soft play rooms and safe rooms for anyone with additional and special needs. The company offers a complete service, from beginning to completion and ongoing maintenance. We also manufacture switch access systems and have an extensive mail order catalogue of multi-sensory products.

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Muntham House

Stand: B16

Muntham House is a school which supports young people with challenging behaviour and their families and carers. We have over 60 years of successful experience of supporting young people with emotional and social difficulties like ADHD and Autism.

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Stand: E14a

Musii is a new interactive music system designed for developmental play and multi sensory therapy. Comprised of a soft inflatable object that emits sound and is illuminated with colour when touched. It enables any non-musician to experience playing a musical instrument as well as offering stimulating visual and tactile sensation.

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Nash College, Livability

Stand: B2

Nash College is an independent specialist college for learners with moderate to profound learning disabilities. We specialise in providing residential and day further education for students aged 18-25 years who may have physical impairments, complex medical needs and/or on the Autism Spectrum. Ask us about our 3 year person-centred curriculum.

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National Autistic Society

Stand: C5

We are the leading UK charity for people with autism (including Asperger syndrome) and their families. We provide information, support and pioneering services, and campaign for a better world for people with autism. Our work relies on your support, so please get involved or donate today.

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OM Interactive

Stand: C1

OMi is a leading UK developer and provider of motion activated interactive sensory systems, Their unique gesture controlled systems deliver multiple benefits for individuals with ASD. Used as controlled stimuli, it is encouraging learning through imitation, improving communication, increasing attention span, self-awareness, reducing stress and more.

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Stand: D15

A national provider of care and education to children, young people and adults with autism, complex needs and behavioural, emotional and social difficulties (BESD). We use best practice alongside our own innovative and robust evidence based models and clinical practices to deliver exceptional outcomes.

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Papillon House School

Stand: D12

Papillon House School is a specialist school for children aged 5-19 with profound autistic spectrum disorders and associated challenging behaviours. We offer a multidisciplinary approach combining expert education and in-house therapy, enhanced by exceptional grounds and facilities designed to meet the needs of children with autism, enabling them to achieve their full potential. Come and meet us at Stand D12.

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Parallel London

Stand: D23

Parallel London is the world’s first fully inclusive mass participation event taking place this year on Sun 3rd Sept in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Designed for all ages and abilities; anybody can take part in one of our five distances (10km, 5km, 1km, Super Sensory 1km, 100m). We will also be hosting a free family festival showcasing the best in innovation and inclusion.

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Stand: D9

No tears - tantrums or stabilisers. The worlds’ most versatile range of bikes for children. The PediBal range allows children to progress to two wheel riding easily and safely at the own pace with the super lightweight aluminium bikes. From balance bike to full pedal bike via "Sceeta" (seated scooter) with the only 3 in one convertible PediBal bike. Three products - one purchase.

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Stand: C10

Piota designs high quality, affordable mobile apps to connect schools, parents and pupils. This enables better communications and engagement with parents, cost saving opportunities for schools, a new way to sample and evidence parental and student opinion, and projects a progressive image for your school or group. It's quick and simple to use. The Head can send news items to everyone. Teachers can send messages to specific year groups or classes. The school office can use it to send and process school trip forms. Parents can use it as a convenient reference source when out and about.

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Play to Z

Stand: A21

Our award-winning sensory resources for babies, children and adults with SEN are gorgeous and really work! Made in Britain, many by adults with SEN, these great resources support the EYFS, KS1, KS2; inspire exploration, thinking and creativity through play; calm children, provide sensory stimulation and help listening and concentration.

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Prior’s Court Foundation

Stand: D17

Prior’s Court Foundation is a registered, non-profit making charity and company limited by guarantee which manages Prior’s Court School, Young Adult Provision and Training & Development Centre. It provides education and residential care for young people aged 5-25 with autism, learning difficulties and complex needs. Through its specialist approach, Prior's Court aims to enable people with autism to reach their full potential and lead as independent and inclusive lives as possible. Prior's Court also offers autism-specific training and conferences.

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Priory Group

Stand: D10

The Priory Group understands the complexities of autism and provides a range of services and care pathways that may be accessed at any stage through our Craegmoor, Education and Healthcare divisions. Our unique approach ensures that every individual has the opportunity to achieve the best outcomes and quality of life.

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Real Training

Stand: B9

Real Group (UK) Ltd is an innovative network of talented and expert individuals. Its purpose is to develop new services which promote learning and development for all regardless of geographic boundaries. We use our strengths in creativity, application of psychological knowledge and business skills to make it happen.

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Research Autism

Stand: E16

Research Autism is the only UK charity dedicated to the promotion of high-quality research into autism treatments, therapies and other approaches. We are independent. We carry out our own research and also provide impartial information about autism approaches and research conducted by others. Our website meets the requirements of the NHS Information standard, which confirms the scientific rigour that is applied to all content and opinion. Our vision is of a world in which people with autism are no longer excluded, and where they and their families are able to enjoy a good quality of life.

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Stand: B20

Rompa and Winslow will be bringing the best of their Snoezelen® multi-sensory products and practical resources for people who are on the autistic spectrum. Make sure you visit stand B20 for some great offers and to speak with our knowledgeable team about how we can help you!

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Ruskin Mill Trust

Stand: C16

Providing personalised programmes for over 25 years, Ruskin Mill Trust [RMT] is a diverse charitable organisation which operates a national network of quality services including education, care, training, advice and homes for people with complex learning and behavioural difficulties, from 7 years old to mature adults.

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Stand: D8

At Safespaces we supply custom-made safe rooms and sleep areas for use at home, in schools, and for respite care or holidays. Safespaces equipment is designed for adults and children who may be unsafe in an ordinary room or bed. Typically we supply products for people with special, sometimes very complex needs including autism, epilepsy and challenging behaviours.

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Salisbury Support 4 Autism

Stand: A11

SS4A has vast experience in the development and delivery of specialist, tailored person centred services to adults on the Autism Spectrum. We provide a lifelong learning environment. We pride ourselves in improving quality of life through PBSP, applied behaviour analysis, Makaton, PECS, many other strategies. These adults drive our vision, mission, goal.

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SAS Centre – Sensory Activation Solutions

Stand: B22

SAS offers easy to apply brain training programmes to improve sensory processing and speech development. Each affordable listening course is personalised around the abilities and needs of the client and can also strengthen attention, understanding, learning and physical & social skills. SAS supports A2ndVoice and other parent support groups.

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SEN Books

Stand: E3

SEN Books is a specialist bookshop with books and materials for students, teachers and parents. We have lots of titles on dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD, dyscalculia, DCD, Asperger Syndrome and Autism.

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SEN Legal

Stand: E19

SEN Legal are a national and highly successful specialist education legal practice with a reputation for helping to obtain special educational provisions for children and young people with special educational needs. With over 20 years’ experience in SEN Law (and a current success rate of 97%), we are able to help you achieve the best possible outcome for your son or daughter within a mainstream, specialist or independent school.

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SEN Magazine

Stand: E5

SEN Magazine is a glossy, full colour magazine published every two months and packed full of interesting and authoritative features, news and articles covering all issues to do with SEN and disability. It's essential reading for teachers, SENCOs, carers, parents, therapists and all practitioners in special needs.

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Stand: A27

Educational toys and sensory toys for autistic, SEN and early years children. If you need resources for children with special needs or autism, SenseToys offers a handpicked range of sensory and educational toys.

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Sensory Direct

Stand: E23

We design and manufacture weighted blankets, weighted jackets and other sensory therapy items in child and adult sizes. Weight has been found to calm and relax the proprioceptive system, helping to ease anxiety, aid concentration and enable better sleep. Our products are CE marked and MHRA registered.

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SENtree Training and Therapy

Stand: LEGO® Therapy Workshops

Speech and Language Therapist and Autism Practitioner. SENtree evolved from our passion to share the knowledge and skills accumulated over more than 30 years of working with children with special educational needs. Visit us to learn how Building Language Using LEGO® Bricks can aid children with severe receptive and expressive language disorders.

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Slindon College

Stand: B4

Slindon College is a CReSTed approved independent day and boarding school for boys who struggle in mainstream school due to specific learning difficulties. These may include students who have dyslexia, dyscalculia, dyspraxia, may also be on the Autistic Spectrum have ADD, speech and language, sensory integration and/or social and communication difficulties.

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Stand: EHCP Help Centre

We offer a free, friendly, independent and confidential telephone helpline for parents and others looking for information and advice on Special Educational Needs (SEN). We concentrate on helping people to find their way through the legal and procedural maze which is so daunting to so many who try to obtain satisfactory provision for a child’s special needs.

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South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust

Stand: D3

SLaM has over 20 years' experience in the management of adults with autism spectrum disorders, co-morbid mental health difficulties and offending or challenging behaviour. We provide in-depth assessments and effective, evidence-based, patient-centred treatments to people across the UK. Our team includes highly skilled, multi-professional senior clinicians.

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Stand: E24

SpaceKraft develop and manufacture a full range of sensory products that provide genuine solutions for carers and teachers who face the difficult challenges of special needs people. Drawing on the expertise of professionals working in the field, SpaceKraft has created an unrivalled range of sensory products that come with a built-in seal of approval from people like yourself, who have real experience of the demands made on sensory products in a Multi-Sensory Environment.

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Speech Therapy Services London

Stand: A7

Speech Therapy Services London is small but rapidly growing independent speech and language therapy company with a passion for providing evidence based therapy focusing on developing functional and meaningful skills with young people. We work across
mainstream schools and a variety of specialist provisions for young people. Our services span the UK and overseas.

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St John’s School & College

Stand: B18

St. John’s is a special educational needs (SEN) school and specialist college that provides education, care and medical therapy to young people aged 7 to 25. We welcome learners who have a wide range of complex learning disabilities, those with autism and related autistic spectrum conditions (ASC) and young people who have special needs resulting from behavioural, emotional and social difficulties (BESD).

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St Joseph’s Specialist School & College

Stand: C7

St Josephs Specialist School and College is a co-educational residential and day school catering for children between the ages of 5 – 19 with moderate, complex and severe learning difficulties. St Josephs has excellent provision for learners, within the above categories, who are on the Autistic Spectrum.

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St Marys School and 6th Form College, The Talking Trust

Stand: D19

Part of The Talking Trust, St Mary's is an inspirational school and sixth form college for young people aged 7-19 with speech, language and communication disabilities, many of whom have complex needs. We are committed to providing integrated therapy, education and care tailored to each young person's abilities and aspirations.

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St Piers School and College

Stand: C22

St Piers School and College is an incredible place for young people with learning difficulties, neurological conditions and behavioural difficulties. Catering for students from 5 to 25 we support young people with a range of needs including autism, epilepsy, SLD, PMLD and acquired brain injury. Students here thrive, grow in confidence and achieve excellent outcomes.

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Supported Fostering Services

Stand: D11

A wide range of children and young people need someone to look after them. Supported Fostering Services (SFS) is a registered charity working in your community supporting people like you to offer children and young people a better start in life. Rated 'Outstanding' by Ofsted, SFS has a qualified social work team to offer guidance and support 24 hours a day. The comprehensive training programme helps carers draw on their life experiences and develop new skills to meet the needs of children in the care system.

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Swalcliffe Park School

Stand: D21

Swalcliffe Park is a specialist residential and day school for boys aged 11-19 who have needs arising from their autism spectrum conditions. Across the educational day and residential settings, the school emphasises the development of students' communication, independence, self-management and personalised achievement. Education was judged as Outstanding (Ofsted January 2012).

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TCES Group

Stand: A19

TCES Group is a Social Enterprise providing education for pupils, referred by Local Authorities, between the ages of 7 and 19 whose special educational needs - their social, mental and emotional health or their Autism Spectrum Condition - have prevented them from being successful in a mainstream educational placement.

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The Good Schools Guide

Stand: E18

The Good Schools Guide independently reviews more than 1,200 schools, covering special schools and the SEN provision offered in mainstream schools, in both the state and private sectors. Its specialist SEN consultancy helps parents to find the right school for children with autism and other special needs, or to deal with problems they are having with school. Its services range from an advice ‘phonecall through to a nationwide school search, and covers education right from starting school to the specialist colleges for 19-25 year-olds.

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The Play Doctors

Stand: A15

The Play Doctors are family company supporting the inclusion of all children by providing visual resources and training particularly for those with autism, Special Educational Needs, unseen impairments, social communication difficulties, or those who have English as a second language.

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The Sound Learning Centre

Stand: B7

The Sound Learning Centre was established in 1994 and has 23 years experience of assessing and treating children and adults with a wide range of education and development problems. Our research, case studies and media coverage demonstrate how children and adults improve through our treatments.

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Tobii Dynavox

Stand: B8

As the world leader in eye tracking and AAC, Tobii Dynavox provides innovative speech-generating devices, special education and literacy solutions, and alternative computer access methods. Our vision is a world where everyone, regardless of physical or cognitive ability, has a voice of their own, access to education and literacy, and control of everyday technology.

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Tough Furniture

Stand: A25

Tough Furniture is a specialised manufacturer of furniture designed to address the problems of the challenging areas of the care market and autism provision. We have been designing and manufacturing for these areas for 23 years and, as the name implies, it is quality-built to cope with careless and abusive treatment.

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Stand: C21

Treezy have carefully selected products that we feel best supports the Autism and educational Community. We hope these products help parents and professionals, like us, who are looking for quality teaching tools. Appreciating the individual needs of every child with autism, we strive to enable parents and professionals to help our children develop to their full potential.

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TTS Group

Stand: A17

TTS is home to innovative, educational resources. Some say our name stands for Terrific Teaching Solutions... others believe Totally Terrific Savings... and those who say Truly Terrific Stuff have been fans for years! The simple fact is they are all true. We spend our lives talking to teachers, advisors, parents, early years professionals and many, many others, whose number one priority is the same as our own - children. The result is exceptional resources that will meet your needs and do what they promise - or your money back!

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University of East London

Stand: E4

We offer accredited courses and training in SEND at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, covering behaviour, autism, literacy difficulties, inclusion, leadership in SEND, plus the national SENCo award. We also offer schools and education services bespoke accredited training for staff, suited to the needs of the organisation.

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University of Hertfordshire

Stand: E15

Visit our stand to meet Kaspar, a child-sized humanoid robot designed as a social companion to improve the lives of children with autism and other communication difficulties. By interacting and behaving in a child-like way, Kaspar helps teachers and parents support children with autism to overcome the challenges they face in socialising and communicating with others.

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West Heath School

Stand: C18

Welcome to West Heath School. We are a Specialist Independent School catering for a diverse range of needs for boys and girls age 11-19, many of whom have emotional and social communication difficulties. Prior to coming to us, some of our students will have been excluded from mainstream education for a period of time. Here they find a strong therapeutic approach to learning and all students, when they arrive with us, spend time in HEART, our health, education, assessment and revitalising therapy unit, where we can fully establish the strengths and needs of each individual child.

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Widgit Software

Stand: D5

Widgit believes that no matter what your level of reading, you should have fair and equal access to information. Our software is used globally to create symbol-supported materials in print, on-screen and online. The symbol set is designed in collaboration with language and communication experts and contains over 12,000 symbols.

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