Questionnaire results and suggested resources

Non-urgent advice: Your child’s results

Based on your answers, your child may have some difficulties in the following areas: [XXXXX] we therefore suggest accessing the relevant information through the links below

Speech and language

The following resources may be useful for children who have difficulties with understanding and using verbal /non-verbal language:

Speech and language

The following resources may be useful for children who have difficulties with understanding and using verbal /non-verbal language:

Attention, impulsivity and hyperactivity

The following resources may be useful for children with difficulties in the one or more of the following areas:  Attention, impulsivity and hyperactivity.

Emotional Regulation

The following resources may be useful for children who sometimes find it difficult to regulate their emotions

  • For children under 4 years old
  • For a younger child / primary school age
  • For an older child or teenager from Gloucestershire
  • For and older child or teenager from Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire

Coordination, balance motor planning and fine motor skills

The following resources may be useful for a child having difficulties with their motor skills

  • For younger children and toddlers
  • For an older child or teenager

Sensory levels

The following resources may be useful for children with sensory processing differences

Flexibility and ldaptability

The following resources may be useful for a child who is having some difficulties with flexibility and adaptability

Social communication and interaction

The following resources may be useful for a child has some difficulties with their social communication and interaction

  • For younger children and toddlers
  • For an older child or teenager

Cognitive

If you have some concerns about your child’s cognitive development. We would suggest in the first instance that you speak to your health visitor about your concerns. Your local SEND offer will signpost you to services and resources locally. You may also find the British Dyslexia Association website useful.

Demand avoidance

Strategies that are evidenced to help children and young people with demand avoidance may be helpful and should be considered alongside and sometimes instead of strategies evidenced to support autistic children. https://www.autism.org.uk/advice-and-guidance/topics/diagnosis/pda/parents-and-carers

Sleep

The following resources may be useful for sleep (no resources)

Toileting

General advice and support

For more general support and advice and support, including your local SEND offer, please follow the following links: