Useful Links

Reading for Parents and Teachers  |  Suggested Readings for Therapists  |  Charities  |  Service Support

Please be aware that links to other websites are available and the information provided are only suggestions and we can not be made accountable for any decisions, outcomes or funding availability.

 

Reading for Parents and Teachers

 

link1Too Loud Too Bright Too Fast Too Tight: What to Do If You are Sensory Defensive in an Overstimulating World.

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link2The Out-of-Sync Child

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link3The Out-of-Sync Child Has Fun: Activities for Kids with Sensory Integration Dysfunction

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link4Sensational Kids: Hope and Help for Children with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD)

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link5Raising a Sensory Smart Child: The Definitive Handbook for Helping Your Child with Sensory Processing Issues

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link6Building Bridges Through Sensory Integration: Therapy for Children with Autism and Other Pervasive Developmental Disorders

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link7Sensory Perceptual Issues in Autism and Asperger Syndrome: Different Sensory Experiences – Different Perceptual Worlds

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link8Sensory Circuits: A Sensory Motor Skills Programme for Children

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Suggested Readings for Therapists

 

link9Sensory Integration: Theory and Practice

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link10Combining Neuro-Developmental Treatment and Sensory Integration Principles: An Approach to Pediatric Therapy

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link11Sensory Integration and the Child

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link12Clinician’s Guide for Implementing Ayres Sensory Integration®: Promoting Participation for Children With Autism

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link13Neuroscience for Rehabilitation

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link14Sensory Integration: Applying Clinical Reasoning to Practice with Diverse Populations

Amazon

 

link15Understanding the Nature of Sensory Integration with Diverse Populations

Amazon

 

Charities

 

link28Act Foundation

The ACT Foundation provides grants to individuals to enhance quality of life for people with mental and physical disabilities. Grants can be awarded to fund modifications to your home or school or to buy specialist equipment for independent living or mobility.
www.theactfoundation.co.uk

 

link29Action4Kids

Action 4 Kids works with children and young people with physical and learning disabilities and their parents and carers. They provide mobility aids and offer family support services.
www.actionforkids.org

 

link30Caudwell Charitable Trust

Caudwell Children helps transform the lives of disabled children and their families across the UK. They can provide powered wheelchairs, buggies, car seats, therapy tricycles and sensory equipment. You can also apply for funding for specific therapies for children affected by CP/acquired brain injury and Autism.
www.caudwellchildren.com

 

link31Cerebra

Cerebra grants help children under the age of 16 with disabilities because of a brain related condition or injury. They offer direct and practical assistance to improve the quality of life of children and young people, e.g. sensory toys, tricycles and quadricycles and touch screen computers.
www.cerebra.org.uk

 

link17Child Brain Injury Trust

childbraininjurytrust.org.uk

 

link32Elifar

Elifar consider applications from children and adults of all ages with any form of physical or learning disability. They fund the purchase of a wide range of specialised equipment, therapies and respite.
www.elifarfoundation.org.uk

 

link33Family Action

Family Action has small grants available for medical treatment, services, facilities or equipment (including communication aids) for those who are sick or physically disabled.
www.family-action.org.uk

 

link34Independence at Home

Independence at Home provides grants for people with a disability or long-term illness towards the cost of adaptations, equipment or other things to help you to manage at home. The grant must go towards an item to assist a child to live at home. Applications must be supported by a professional involved in the child’s care, usually an occupational therapist or a social worker.
www.independenceathome.org.uk

 

link35Lifeline4kids

Lifeline 4 kids provides essential equipment to help improve the quality of life for children (0-18 years) with disabilities and special needs. They provide equipment such as electric wheelchairs, mobility aids and specialised computers.
www.lifeline4kids.org

 

link21The Dyspraxia Foundation

www.dyspraxiafoundation.org.uk

 

link22The National Autistic Society

www.autism.org.uk

 

Service Support

link16British Association of Occupational Therapists

www.cot.co.uk

 

link24County Council Local Offer

A Local Offer gives children and young people with special educational needs or disabilities and their families information about what support services the local authority think will be available in their local area. Every local authority is responsible for writing a Local Offer and making sure it is available for everyone to see.   www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/346281/The_local_offer_for_SEND_support.pdf

 

link24Disabled Facilities Grant Assessment

www.gov.uk/disabled-facilities-grants/overview

 

 

link24Disability Living Allowance

www.gov.uk/disability-living-allowance-children/rates

 

 

link24Education, Health and Care (EHC) Plan

www.gov.uk/children-with-special-educational-needs

 

link26Educational Solicitors

www.educationlawassociation.org.uk

 

 

link18Health and Care Professions Council

www.hcpc-uk.co.uk

 

link27Independent Parental Educational Advise (IPSAE)

www.ipsea.org.uk

 

link24Legal Aid (Public Funding)

www.gov.uk/legal-aid/overview

 

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Personal Injury Solicitors

www.lawsociety.org.uk

 

link19Sensory Integration Global Network

www.siglobalnetwork.org

 

link20Sensory Integration Network  

www.sensoryintegration.org.uk

 

link23Sensory Processing Disorder Foundation

www.spdfoundation.net