Action Learning is a well established way to ask questions and explore solutions safely with others experiencing the same issues.
Planning is underway to adapt and run these groups under Covid 19 safety arrangements. We aim to have places for parents of primary aged children starting in the Autumn of 2021 running into Spring 2022. Groups may be held on-line, according to guidelines, at the time. The programme supports families planning for Secondary school transition with children from Y3 upwards. Funding from Richmond Parish Lands is supporting the programme.
In Action Learning parents explore challenges together, identify then try out an individual action plan. Typically parents review how their plan works and return to their peer group to share their experiences of what helped them, and maybe what didn't, before deciding what to do next. Sam Silver and Ros Lucas, both trained ALG facilitators, run the groups.
Action Learning can help parents consider a range of issues relating to:
Schooling and Behaviour
Access to Services
Working with Professionals
Career development and parenting an SEN child
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Sam Silver is available for support to families who are looking for services and help to understand their child's sensory and communication needs. Parents often want to understand:
Sam has worked in partnership with parents, teachers, schools, Educational Psychologists, Speech and Language and Occupational therapists for more than 12 years to increase the understanding of children with hidden difficulties. She is a parent to three children now aged 27, 23 and 21, each has a different SEN diagnosis. Through this personal and professional experience Sam can sign post families to services in South West London.
Sam is a past governor of St Catherine’s Speech and Language, Isle of Wight, and an ambassador for the Communications Trust.
Parents who would like to arrange an individual meeting to discuss planning for their child can contact Action-attainment. A tarriff card and copy of our terms and conditions for this service are available on request.
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