The Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Information Organisations Group (SENDIOG) is a network of like-minded organisations who provide free and impartial advice to children, young people and their families.
What we aim to do
- Share information on SEND trends, policy and practice
- Feed back to the Department for Education and other relevant bodies on significant trends or concerns identified by group members
- Identify training needs and opportunities
- Develop positive working relationships and mutual support
- Work in partnership to ensure parents and children and young people have access to relevant information and advice services
- Support the complementary and separate roles of each partner in order to improve efficiency and reduce duplication
Who's in SENDIOG?
The following organisations currently make up SENDIOG:
SENDIOG also develop collective resources:
- SEND Myths Sheet - Nov 2017
For more information on all these organisations, including how to access their support (including helplines, emails, direct support etc), please see the SENDIOG Information list.
We have updated the SENDIOG Info list with coronavirus specific information. To view the updated list click here.