Improving Outcomes For Children With Sensory Impairment

Lindsey Jane Rousseau shares resources and case studies on how to support students who have SI needs in the classroom.
SEN Children at desk smiling

The opportunities for all CYP with SEND are changing at a rapid pace. The school lives of those with Sensory Impairment (SI), which includes learners with Hearing Impairment (HI), Multi-Sensory Impairment (MSI) and Vision Impairment (VI) have perhaps changed more rapidly, in terms of educational environments, than most over the last decades. Advances in technology have assisted access to the mainstream educational opportunities with inclusion a welcome ‘norm’.  We need though, to ensure that the learning journeys on offer to CYP with SI deliver all that an individual pupil is capable of in terms of educational outcomes and life chances. The challenge to education professionals is in supporting CYP and their families to achieve it! 

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