Resources for people with Special Educational Needs and disabilities
Many parents of children with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND) have wider concerns about e-safety, while adults with learning disabilities, specific needs or disabilities and other needs may struggle to understand responsible online behaviour.
The following resources may help. They are not maintained or produced by Together Housing, so it is up to you how you use them.
- A brief guide to SEND & E-Safety from Kent County Council Safeguarding Team;
- An overview of e-safety from the Seashell Trust for people with communications difficulties;
- Common Knowledge is a safe social network and resources for people with learning disabilities and other specific needs;
- Beaumont College’s Social Networking Grid helps those with specific needs access social media;