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Aran Hall School - School for children and young people with learning difficulties and severe challenging behaviour

Aran Hall School provides flexible 30 to 52 week residential care with education to children and young people with a range of learning disabilities and autistic spectrum disorders, both with associated severe challenging behaviour.

We have also developed a programme for young people who present sexually harmful behaviour (SHB). The programme aims to reduce SHB via a reward programme for appropriate behaviour, sex education, counselling and cognitive behaviour therapy.

Our focus is to provide a safe, stable and nurturing environment where young peoples skills and aspirations can be encouraged to develop and they can prepare for adulthood. By providing care and education on the same site we ensure that children’s individual programmes are delivered consistently.

We develop education, care and behavioural management programmes for each student. These programmes are evidence based which enable us to demonstrate students achievements. We are leader in conducting and publishing clinical research that evaluates the effectiveness of  the innovative programmes we run.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Caroline Parker
Contact Position
Group Referrals Manager
Telephone
01332 378 840
E-mail
info@senadgroup.com
Website
www.senadgroup.com

Where to go

Name
Aran Hall School
Address
Rhydymain
Nr Dolgellau
Gwynedd
Postcode
LL40 2AR

Other Details

Costs

Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
From £6,055 Per week
Details
38 week residential placement from £230,100 per year

Availability

Referral Details

If you are interested in your child having a place at the school. Please contact:

Caroline Parker

Group Referrals Manager

Tel: 01332 378 840

Email: info@senadgroup.com

If we feel your child may benefit from a place at the school then we will request paperwork and arrange to carry out a Functional Behavioural Assessment of your child either in the home or in their current placement. Once we have completed this you and professionals working with your child will be invited to visit the school. The young person will be give a student guide to tell them more about the school. The transition planning for your child will then take place.

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