Participation and involvement

Centre for Studies on Inclusive Education

The Centre for Studies on Inclusive Education (CSIE) is an independent centre, set up in 1982, actively supporting inclusive education as a human right of every child. Read more »

College Inclusion Charter

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The College Inclusion Charter aims to support further education providers to improve their offer to young people with autism and other disabilities. Read more »

Commissioning for Community Inclusion: Eight Essential Actions

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The Commissioning for Community Inclusion report shows how Commissioners can help make sure that services help people to live good lives in their communities. Read more »

Creating inclusive colleges for learners with autism

‘Creating inclusive colleges for learners with autism’ is a new guide for colleges that has been developed as part of the Finished at School campaign. Read more »

Improving inclusion: getting inclusive education right for children with autism

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This paper published by TreeHouse presents parents’ and children’s experiences and views of inclusive education and recommend ways in which inclusion can continue to be improved. Read more »

Patient and Public Involvement and Communications Steering Group

The Purpose of the Patient and Public Involvement and Communications Steering Group is to advise and facilitate the effective involvement of the public within the work of the Trust. The Group will provide a two-way communication forum between the Trust… Read more »

Social inclusion training pack

The Social inclusion training pack is a suite of tools and approaches that staff teams and organisations can use to help achieve better outcomes for people. Read more »

Somerset Parent Carer Forum

This Forum is for parent carers and carers of children who have additional needs and/or disabilities. The Forum will get your voice heard by the decision makers in the local authority. Read more »

Supporting adults with autism

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This e-learning module, developed by the British Pschological Society (BPS) will find help you to consider how you can best support someone with autism. Read more »