This parent engagement session allows you to think about your children leaving school and what the next steps are in the process.
The session for parents of 4th, 5th and 6th year pupils will take place on Tuesday 22nd September 2015, 6:00 – 8:30pm at Isobel Mair School.
Our guest speakers include;
Isobel Mair School and Social Work Team
Local Are Co0ordinator Team
Child Development Worker – SDS Forum
Guest Parent Speaker who has been through the transition process.
Sensory Support Service have arranged for the new NDCS Listening Bus to visit East Renfrewshire.
The hugely popular National Deaf Children’s Society (NDCS) Listening Bus will be visiting Isobel Mair School on Thursday 17th September 2015 (10am-3pm)
Pupils from P2 – P6 at Isobel Mair School will be have access to the bus between 1:15 – 1:45
The NDCS purpose-built information roadshow features a wide range of information on childhood deafness. You can have a look at examples of the latest equipment designed to assist in communication and learning. Try out alarm clocks, flashing doorbells, amplified phones, listening aids and learn more about NDCS and the services we offer.
Are you interested in a FREE UK exhibition dedicated to children and young adults with disabilities and special needs, their families and the professionals who work with them.
Come along to the Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh EH28 8NB, Thursday17th September 9:30-4:30pm.
At the event there will over 100 exhibitors offering advice and information on funding, mobility, seating, beds, communication, access, education, toys, transport, style, sensory, sports and leisure and muchmore……
Running alongside the event are FREE seminars for parents and professionals. Topics include: Moving and Handling, Sleep Issues, Continence Issues, Direct Payments, Parental Experiences, Transition, Legal Advice and much more …
Dr Michael McCreadie and Linda Woodcock will be hosting an ASD specific parents’ support group at Isobel Mair School on Monday 31st August 2015 , 6pm-7pm
The discussion will focus on ‘Living with Autism and the Importance of Understanding the Impact on Families’.