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An education resource to find out about the wide-ranging possible side-effects of brain tumours and their treatment. You can also print off the body map and highlight those relevant to the young person.
A blank form to create the individual strategy for the young person and keep with their school/college records.
This gives examples of the areas of school/college life to be considered, areas that the young person may need support in, and examples of possible strategies. Use it when planning the young person's support strategy.
A quick reference version of the young person's Educational support strategy which provides at-a-glance information. It can be kept in the teacher's desk/notebook and/or the staff room, or given to supply teachers where appropriate.
An example to help create the quick reference version of the educational support strategy for the young person.
This card is for the young person to fill in (or fill in with their parents), giving useful information about themselves and their needs outside of the education setting. It can be kept by the young person or the teacher.
|Educational 'charter' for young people with a brain tumour (England)||Educational 'charter' for young people with a brain tumour (Wales)|
|Educational 'charter' for young people with a brain tumour (Scotland)||Educational 'charter' for young people with a brain tumour (Northern Ireland)|
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