Sensory impairment support for children and young people
To help your child learn and grow, it is important your family receives the right support.
Most children with a sensory impairment attend mainstream schools or special schools. With a small number of with hearing and vision impairments attending specialist resourced provisions, known as SRPs.
If you have any concerns about your child's progress, talk to their teacher or the SENCO, where they will put a plan in place for extra learning support.
Once support is in place, your child's education setting may contact the Specialist Teaching and Learning Service (STLS) for additional guidance depending on your child's needs.
Read how we can support your hearing impaired child from early years to post 16+.
Find out how we can support your vision impaired child from early years to post 16+.
Learn out how we can support your child with multi-sensory impairments from early years to post 16+.