Support available for Moderate Learning Difficulties

Find out about the support available for your child or young person.

The support provided by SEN Inclusion Service for Moderate Learning Difficulty is based on the specific needs of your child or young person and may include:

Advice, Resources and Training

Our Service can provide advice and guidance to parents or carers and children and young people as well as dedicated resources covering a range of topics.

Training for parents may include age-specific topics such as transition to post-primary and the use of Assistive Technology in post-primary schools.

Schools can access training via the Children and Young People's Service Training Programme.

Pupil Support

Children and young people who have Moderate Learning Difficulty as their identified SEN and who have been assessed by an EA Educational Psychologist, may be provided with bespoke support, where appropriate.

To provide the most appropriate level of support, our Service will work together with a child, their parents or carers, educational staff and other professionals.

Parent or Carer Information

Parents or carers of a child with an identified SEN who has not been referred to the SENIS  Moderate Learning Difficulties Service can contact the service for advice and information.

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Contact the Moderate Learning Difficulties Service

The Moderate Learning Difficulties Service can be contacted for advice and information specific to children and young people who have, or may have, moderate learning difficulties.