ADHD module for Parents & Carers - Salford

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ADHD module for Parents & Carers – Salford

20th November 2019

Specialist services to aid educational skills delivery

The JSENSE Mission – “to support those educating and caring for Jewish children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).”

JSENSE is progressively building a portfolio of innovative well-designed, quality
services relating to special educational needs, intended to enable individually
tailored support for Jewish schools and pupils – focusing support on gaps where
the need is greatest.

  • Developing the skills of the workforce in Jewish schools
  • Supporting the growth of high quality direct specialist SEN teaching support
  • Support for parents & carers through the development of their skills, a helpline & mapping of services directory to guide them to local relevant service

ACHIEVEMENTS & OUTCOMES

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1:1 SUPPORT

81% school staff said it had improved their knowledge in delivering 1:1 support

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HIGHLY RATED

92% of schools staff attending our training courses rated the training “Very good” or above

InprovementsInprovements

EXCEPTIONAL IMPROVEMENTS

18% school staff noted an exceptional improvement of their skills in delivering 1:1 support & 36% school staff noted a significant improvement of their skills in delivering 1:1 support

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WOULD RECOMMEND

100% attendees would attend future JSENSE events & would recommend JSENSE events to others

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KNOWLEDGE DOUBLED

100% of attendees at our Information & Advice Services event reported an improvement of knowledge of where & how to access help and support as a result of the event, to various degrees – 70% attendees reported that their knowledge of where & how to access help and support was twice as much after the event than before that event

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FOCUS GROUPS

100% teachers in focus groups wish to have SEND training, not just their TAs

ConfidenceConfidence

INCREASED CONFIDENCE

73% school staff said they felt more confident running groups for SEND children since the training

ImpactImpact

POSITIVE IMPACT

100% parents reported a positive personal impact from having the opportunity to be involved in the education sessions development, and felt positive about the support they received from JSENSE

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IMPROVED KNOWLEDGE

90% attendees reported that the workshop has improved their knowledge of how to support their child with SEND

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EHCP EVENT

100% of Parents from our Information Services event rated the speakers as good and above

Evolving a specialist sustainable community – To improve young lives

JSenses‘ aim is to create and evolve a network of specialist‘s who can help and support Jewish children with Special Educational Needs. Our ultimate goal is to help children excel and secure the best that life has to offer. Our support and training programmes provide skills and tools to change lives.

SCHOOLS

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Whole Schools training and development – purpose designed, culturally appropriate and accredited training in SEND awareness and classroom management.
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PARENTS

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Skills Training Courses for Parents and Carers- ‘good to know‘ sessions for parents and carers of Jewish children, including sharing common concerns, ELKAN courses and information services.
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HELPLINE

JSense Home Page Helpline image showing a child with their back to us looking lost

The JSENSE Helpline, designed for parents and carers of children and young people with SEND, will be launched in Autumn 2019. This will build on the information provided via our website.
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Date:
20th November 2019