Berkshire Sensory Consortium Service is hosted by Achieving for Children on behalf of RBWM as part of the Berkshire Joint Arrangement between RBWM, Slough, Bracknell Forest, Wokingham, Reading and West Berkshire.
Other agencies are welcome to contact us for directly purchased input.
What We Do
As a service we aim to respond effectively to the specific needs of each child and to provide support in a number of different ways. We work closely with colleagues in schools and with families, linking our work with Social Services and Health Authorities.
How We Do It
Deliver specialist assessments, teaching and advice to individual young people with sensory impairment
Run joint Community Audiology Clinics and joint Community Ophthalmology Clinics
Provide a home based education programme for pre-school children who have a diagnosed sensory impairment
- Provide Pre-School Groups with opportunities to meet families, specialists and children with sensory impairment
Statutory school age
Provide assessment, training and support for children in local authority schools
Contribute to individualised school education programmes, liaising with Health, Local Authorities and other professionals
Deliver specialist training to mainstream and special school staff
Provide specialist teacher support for planning provision and the placement and monitoring of pupils with a sensory impairment in schools
Loan specialist equipment for pupils attending mainstream Local Authority school
This school based service can be purchased by Independent schools