Specialist, person centred approach to helping children with Special Educational Needs.
A child or young person’s ability to learn can be affected by Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). This can affect their; behaviour or ability to socialise, reading and writing, comprehension, concentration and physical abilities.
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Our Special Educational Needs (SEN) behaviour mentor will work with you and your child to provide support and guidance to those children who experience learning difficulties due to social, behavioural, or emotional problems.
- Our SEND mentors can work on a one-to-one basis or with small groups.
- Our mentors are prepared and ready to make an important and serious commitment to your child.
- They spend a substantial amount of time with children who need our support to show faith and patience in their abilities, making the most of the sessions together.
- We make it our priority to encourage the children to communicate effectively, finding a way together to overcome any behavioural problems and progress.
- In our care, you can rest assured we will support your child by helping them increase their confidence and self-esteem.
We work closely with the parent and the child to provide the utmost person-centred service.
In our program, you can rest assured that your child is receiving great care and assistance that catapults their personal development.
For information about how to receive SEN Mentoring services, please click here.
Renisha Dornelley Greenidge is our Lead SEND Co-ordinator.
Not only is she a graduate of Special Education Needs and Inclusion, but she also brings a wealth of experience garnered from her previous role as a SEN TA and experience as a Special Needs Counsellor in America alongside working at Children With Voices.
Renisha has lived her life with her three brothers who are also SEN children. When Renisha is not at Children With Voices, she is running her Special Needs Mentoring Program for 5-11 year olds.