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Cmn.net The Children with Medical Needs mailing list (cmn.net) has been set up to provide a forum for education professionals to share questions and answers on issues and concerns relating to the education of pupils with medical conditions. For instance, you may like to share information and advice by email with colleagues on issues such as assessment approaches, hospital-school liaison, OFSTED inspections, curriculum resources, supporting pupils, and integrating the literacy hour etc. The list is intended to support all those involved in teaching and supporting young people in hospital, at home, in off-site units or within mainstream schools. cmn.net is an open discussion group. This means that anyone with an interest in this area is welcome to participate in the discussions. All discussions will be publicly available and, when you post a message, your email address will be visible to registered users. All messages sent to cmn.net are stored in a publicly available archive. Archives are provided as an additional resource to users and enables non members to browse the messages. The archive also means that you do not have to save every message you receive from this discussion group.
Deafblindness-msi Deafblindness-msi is a mailing list which is for professionals work in education for deafblind people, to exchange ideas and to learn from each other. The forum welcome your expertise and your involvement. You may have questions you want to ask others, information you want to give, or expertise to share. It works if everyone both gives and receives information. Issues discussed will relate to the education of people with MSI. cmn.net is a closed discussion group. This means that it is open to subscribers only.
Easyspeak Easyspeak is a mailing list for everyone with an interest in children's language and communication difficulties, and how they are supported. This includes teachers and speech and therapists, other school practitioners, students and parents. Easyspeak is an open discussion group. This means that anyone with an interest in this area is welcome to participate in the discussions. All discussions will be publicly available and when you post a message, your email address will be visible to registered users. All messages sent to Easyspeak are stored in a publicly available archive. Archives are provided as an additional resource to users and enables non members to browse the messages. The archive also means that you do not have to save every message you receive from this forum.
HoSS Hoss is a mailing list forum for Heads of VI and HI Support Services, and others with management responsibilities and/or an interest in this aspect of specialist work to share ideas and information.
London-ppo london-ppo is a forum for dialogue and sharing of information between London IASS Officers.
Naaosen Naaosen is a mailing list to share questions and answers on issues and concerns relating to NAAOSEN members.
NPPN The IASS Network e-forum aims to promote the sharing of information and best practice between IAS Services
Nw-ppo nw-ppo aims to promote dialogue and sharing of information between North West Parent Partnership Officers.
Pd-net The physical disability network (pd-net) is a discussion group for professionals involved in the education of children with physical and neurological disabilities and complex medical needs. pd-net is intended to provide a forum for the sharing of ideas, views and information and to encourage on-going professional development for practitioners, researchers and others concerned with the education of these young people. pd-net is an open discussion group. This means that anyone with an interest in this area is welcome to participate in the discussions. All discussions will be publicly available and when you post a message, your email address will be visible to registered users. All messages sent to pd-net are stored in a publicly available archive. Archives are provided as an additional resource to users and enables non members to browse the messages. The archive also means that you do not have to save every message you receive from this discussion group.
Senco-dev Senco dev is a mailing list for dialogue and sharing of information about the Senco Advisory Group chaired by Christopher Robertson
Senco-forum Senco-forum is a mailing list for anyone who wants to support Special Needs Co-ordinators (SENCOs), those in local authorities and others involved in the education of pupils with special educational needs. Established in 1996, membership of senco-forum comprises mainly of SENCOs but also includes a range of education professionals and other interested parties, all of whom will be supporting the work of the SENCO. The list aims to provide an opportunity to discuss issues and provide practical advice which will help Special Needs Co-ordinators carry out their roles. senco-form is an open discussion group. This means that anyone with an interest in this area is welcome to participate in the discussions. All discussions will be publicly available and when you post a message, your email address will be visible to registered users. All messages sent to senco-forum are stored in a publicly available archive. Archives are provided as an additional resource to users and enables non members to browse the messages. The archive also means that you do not have to save every message you receive from this forum.
SENIT The SENIT mailing list is for teachers, advisers and others working within education to share practical advice about how ICT can be used to support pupils with learning difficulties or disabilities
Sesc-ppo secs-ppo is a forum for dialogue and sharing of information between South East Central Parent Partnership Officers.
Sld-forum The SLD-forum is a discussion group for professionals involved in the education of learners with severe, profound and multiple learning difficulties. It is intended to provide a forum for the sharing of ideas, views and information and to encourage on-going professional development for practitioners, researchers and others concerned with the education of these learners.
Snict The Snict list is for the South, South West and Wales Special Needs and ICT Network to share practical advice about how ICT can be used to support pupils with special needs
Tod The ToD discussion group is for teachers of the deaf and associated professionals involved in teaching deaf learners in schools, resource centres and services. Its purpose is to provide a platform to share good practice and seek or produce solutions to the challenges of the profession.
Vi-forum VI-forum Mailing List
Wm-ppo wm-ppo is a forum for dialogue and sharing of information between the West Midlands Parent Partnership Officers.
Yh-ppo yh-ppo is a forum for dialogue and sharing of information between the Yorkshire and Humberside Parent Partnership Officers.

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