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Experts in Special Educational Needs and Challenging Behaviour

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Empower Growth For Your Child

Inspire 321 is a place where children, young adults, parents/carers and professionals, have

access to; early and crisis intervention, family support, advice, guidance and training when they need it most.


We believe children and young people deserve an inclusive education that takes into account their individual needs, enables them to overcome their difficulties and equips them to achieve their full potential in school and life beyond it.


We provide a bespoke SEN service, tailored to meet your individual needs. You have access to SEN experts covering everything from SEN school improvement, to parent advocacy, to 1-1 therapeutic support for your child.

Our Services 

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For Professionals

We work diligently with professionals in the following industries, to reduce school exclusions and improve the attendance, behaviour and engagement of those most vulnerable and at risk.

- Schools, Academies & PRUs

- Local Authorities

- Children's Services

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For family:

We are your alternative to


Equipping Parents and Carers with Knowledge & Understanding.

We provide professional, honest and transparent support, advice and guidance to parents and carers of children with

special educational needs and challenging behaviour.

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For Your Child:

Our One to One programme

provides private social, emotional

and mental health intervention and coaching to 8-16 year olds.

Inspire Me offers a minimum of six sessions that: 

- Builds the individual's confidence

- Explores what they experience

- Provides strategies

What they say about us:

Senior Practitioner, UK Fostering

"I have gained an increased understanding of the differing educational processes, EHCP procedures and the key questions to ask. My increased understanding has very much helped in my role supporting carers and when attending meetings."
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Personalised Training & Workshops

Solution focused training, practical tips and tools, imbedded with current research and policy to challenge perceptions and practice.

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We'd love to
hear from you.

0800 772 3800

Manchester, UK

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  • What is SEN Support?
    SEN Support refers to the assistance and resources provided to children with Special Educational Needs (SEN) in mainstream schools. It's a tailored approach designed to help children make progress in their education. SEN Support typically involves: 1. Identifying a child's specific needs through assessments and observations. 2. Developing an Individual Education Plan (IEP) or a similar document outlining goals and support strategies. 3. Providing additional teaching or interventions to address their needs. 4. Regularly reviewing progress and adjusting support as necessary. SEN Support is often the first step in meeting a child's SEN within a mainstream setting. In some cases, if the child's needs are more complex, an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) may be considered to provide more extensive support and resources.
  • What is SEND in Education?
    SEND in education stands for Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. It refers to the provision of support and accommodations for children who have specific learning needs or disabilities. The goal of SEND in education is to ensure that all children, regardless of their individual challenges, have access to an inclusive and quality education. SEND support can range from minor adjustments within a mainstream classroom to more specialised services and resources. It encompasses a wide spectrum of conditions and needs, such as learning disabilities, sensory impairments, autism, and more. In the educational context, schools and educators work in collaboration with parents and specialists to identify and address a child's specific needs, aiming to provide an environment where every child can thrive and reach their full potential.
  • What are the Different Types of SEND?
    SEND stands for Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. There are various types of SEND, including but not limited to: 1. Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) 2. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) 3. Dyslexia 4. Speech and Language Disorders 5. Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) 6. Down Syndrome 7. Cerebral Palsy 8. Epilepsy 9. Visual or Hearing Impairments 10. Social, Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties Each child's needs are unique, and they may have a combination of these conditions. It's important to consult with professionals to identify your child's specific needs and provide appropriate support and resources.
  • Who Are SENDIASS?
    SENDIASS (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Information, Advice, and Support Services), also known as SENDIAS, are organisations that offer free, confidential, and impartial support to parents, carers, and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). SENDIASS provide guidance on the education, health, and social care of children and young people with SEND, helping families understand their rights, navigate the system, and access appropriate support services. Trained advisors assist with issues such as education placements and EHCP (Education, Health and Care Plan) processes, ensuring children with SEND receive necessary support to succeed in their education and other aspects of life.
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