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Inclusive Learning Service: Stoke-on-Trent Educational & Child Psychology Team

Psychologists provide a range of advisory support, on provision, assessment and training resources and programmes to schools, other providers of education and care for children and young people and their families/service providers from 0-25 years old.

They provide this both pre-statutory assessment, throughout statutory assessment and for those with statutory provision.

They cover the needs and related training/resource areas for every aspect of child development and education - especially under each main area of the Code of Practice for SEN:

Cognition & Learning

e.g. Literacy/dyslexia

Understanding

Mathematics

Learning Style and Learning readiness

Developing attention/concentration

 

Communication and Interaction

Developing language

Developing Communication

Social Communication

Autism

Sensory/Physical

Visual Impairment & it’s impact on development

Hearing Impairment & it’s impact on development

Blindness/Deafness

Social, Emotional & Mental Health

Social Development/Skills

Resilience/Behaviour

Anxiety

Depression

Hyperactivity

Other mental health states

In the first instance, parents and others caring for/providing a service to children or young people should try to discuss concerns with providers of universal services (e.g. schools/other settings/visiting professionals such as Health Visitors), who will seek our advice for you or signpost you to us.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Kofi Agyei
Contact Position
Senior Psychologist
Telephone
01782 234700
E-mail
ed.psychology.admin@stoke.gov.uk

Where to go

Address
Hazel Trees
Duke Street
Fenton
Stoke on Trent
Staffordshire
Postcode
ST4 3NR

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