We have a wide variety of training courses available for you to choose from for your setting, including:
- Breaking Down Barriers
- Know Your Processing Powers
- Build a SENStory Park in your Setting
- Supporting Children with Emotional Regulation
- Any many more!
These can be delivered virtually or in person and we are able to cater for your entire staff team as long as you have the space!
Please see below for our package prices and of course, please do get in touch if you would like to discuss your booking.
Using her vast experience and knowledge, Jo McMeechan will be on hand to listen, guide and support you through all your SEN issues. Whether that's help with SEN paperwork, EHCPs and applications, or support with strategies for individual children. Jo can offer comprehensive SENCO mentoring or work with your team to review systems and paperwork to streamline evidence gathering and SEN provision.
Choose the length of package that best suits your needs and let's get started!
Hi I'm Jo,
One thing you need to know about me is that I’ve seen both sides of this journey. As an expert, a Highly Specialist Paediatric Physiotherapist in the NHS and in private practice, I’ve worked closely with parents to champion their children to thrive. I have also spent many years working closely with teaching professionals, particularly within my role as Director of an Early Years setting, so I know the barriers you face on a day to day basis when trying to access support for those children you desperately want to provide the best care for.
But there’s more to my story than that. I’m also a Mum to two boys, one of whom is Autistic ADHD with Sensory Processing Disorder. So I know how it feels to juggle the day-to-day, to deal with schools and nurseries, and not feel seen by the system. I knew what I needed to do but even doubted myself as a parent at one moment.
That’s when I knew something had to change.
That’s when I knew I needed to do more.
I want to bridge the gap between families and their access to both private and LA resources. As frontline workers, teachers are often the professionals who are left to triage children, source the resources that will benefit them most, and provide the evidence that will get them the support they need to thrive. This is a really difficult task when you’re working with a broken system that reinforces the belief
that more isn’t possible.
So let’s re-write the SEN story together!