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Wide Range of Specialist Support

Flexible support that can be provided by Spectra includes, but is not limited to:

  • Direct individual specialist intervention for children and young people
  • Small group intervention, including social skills, self-esteem, emotion regulation and other therapeutic groups
  • Offering advice, and suggesting targets & strategies relating to all aspects of the school day
  • Assessment, reviews, written reports and contributions to relevant meetings
  • Observation and assessment for possible triggers, stressors and sensory sensitivities
  • Key worker support, including training and modelling of specialist approaches
  • Transition support between year groups, key stages, and settings
  • Providing resources for use with children and young people
  • Signposting and advising parents
  • Liaising with other agencies, including the Young People's & Families Mental Health Services, Autism West Midlands, Occupational Therapy, Speech & Language Therapy, Local Authority SEND and Inclusion Teams, and other support services
  • Specialist Speech, Language and Communication Needs assessment, advice and training
  • Specialist play therapy
  • Autism awareness raising sessions for children and young people, parents and carers (Coffee Mornings) and the wider community
  • Delivering specialist training and practical courses tailored to meet the needs of schools, academy chains or other settings
  • Talk Boost support and training
  • Training sessions in collaboration with St Peter's Learning Centre in Wem and Cleobury Mortimer Primary

Please contact Spectra with any queries you may have about other possible services that could be provided.