For children with brain injury and neurological conditions, the mainstream education system can be a challenging place, with teachers often not knowing how best to support them.
NR Times meets Judith James, a special education advisor and co-founder of Education and Case Management Services, whose team supports hundreds of young people, parents, teachers and schools across England to enable children to achieve their potential in a happy, supported environment that works for everyone
“Teaching is hard, we know this from our own experience. We aren’t here to criticise, we’re here to support, and ultimately get the best outcomes for these kids.”
The approach of the Education and Case Management Services (ECMS) team is simple; tried and tested through years of hands-on experience of working with complex young people, which now enables them to support other teaching professionals.
With combined decades of experience of working in outstanding special schools, supporting children with often profound cognitive and physical disabilities to maximise their potential and thrive, the eight-strong education team ECMS are well placed to know what is needed.
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