Tda 3.19

TDA 3.19
Question 1
      1.1 In 2001 the special educational needs and disability Act became law.
This is so children with special educational needs (SEN) can be educated along with other children in ordinary nursery or school settings, that access the early year’s framework and the national curriculum to support children’s learning and education.

      1.2 The framework is important to support and help practitioners working with children to recognise and assess additional needs. To help understand and meet the framework for young children with SEN and disabilities.
The interventions would support cognitive, social and physical development through clinical support and diagnosis.

      1.3 Early intervention can help any child at a young age that may have special educational needs by supporting them with one to one support and any other therapy support for the child.
  * Enhancing the child’s development
  * Supporting the family
  * To help the child’s contribution to society
The earlier a child with possible SEN or disability needs is recognised, the quicker the intervention can happen. Ensuring the child gains positive learning outcomes to support delays in their development.

      1.4 An individual plan also known as I.E.P (individual educational plan) is to support a child’s development and educational needs. The individual plan is set actions and targets for individual SEN needs, to help practitioners support young people with disabilities and SEN with possible delayed learning and development. This will help practitioners to progress and monitor the provision an also support parents/careers to be involved in their child’s learning, targets and development.

      1.5 The principles of working inclusively with disabled children and young people with SEN are to ensure,

  * Children have access to all areas and activities within the setting and environment. Providing this access children with SEN can play and learn alongside their...