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Promoting inclusion in education

Developed from 25 years of experience, our training and outreach programmes aim to promote inclusion in early years, mainstream or SEND schools.

Our main aim is to help non-specialist professionals understand more about children affected by sensory motor disorders such as cerebral palsy, giving you the tools and knowledge to support the children in your group or class, or by offering dual placements in our sessional provision.

Working with you to deliver a first class education for children with sensory motor disorders

Cerebral palsy

Understanding cerebral palsy and the challenge the disorder presents.

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Training

Empowering teachers and early years professionals to support children with sensory motor disorders.

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Stats and facts

Key statistics and information about sensory motor disorders and disabilities.

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Our school

Our integrated curriculum delivers a range of therapies combined with educational classes, in an innovative transdisciplinary approach.

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Pace community

Pace supports children, their families and educators from SEND and mainstream settings, at school, nursery or at home.

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Therapy

The Pace approach offers a range of therapies tailored to the individual needs of the child.

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Our approach

The Pace approach is delivered collaboratively by a transdisciplinary team of professionals who combine their educational, therapeutic and clinical specialist disciplines to deliver an integrated programme tailored to the individual child’s needs and potential.

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Child and parent stories

“Professionals at Pace have a great knowledge and experience of children with neuromotor disabilities. As a parent it is extremely reassuring to know that our children are in capable hands”.

“Before we found Pace we had ad hoc and reactive support from other health professionals and we felt isolated, lost and we did not feel that we were in a position to help our child the most and give him the greatest chance to progress. Since being involved with Pace we have learnt so many useful tips and techniques, ideas for games that weave therapy into them, had loans of equipment, and we have felt generally supported so that we can carry over their excellent sessions into our daily handling and playing with our child. We have felt less stressed and the pressure has been taken off us a little bit as we know that he is getting really good, consistent therapy and learning input each week”.

“Pace has made a world of difference to my child. She is happier, more content, more vocal and able to express her needs better. This leads to her being happier and therefore more settled. Her mobility skills have been helped immensely; she is now able to use a walker which we never thought possible”.

Pace has made a world of difference to my child. She is happier, more content, more vocal and able to express her needs better. This leads to her being happier and therefore more settled. Her mobility skills have been helped immensely; she is now able to use a walker which we never thought possible.

Pace has supported our son for many years. We are certain he would not have made the progress he has without their constant help, support and encouragement and specialist therapeutic input. The impact of Pace has been key to all our son has achieved.

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