All schools have a duty of care to support learners across the spectrum of abilities, and ICT can play a major role in providing access to learning to children with Special Educational Needs. Whether this is through specialist software to support a specific learning need, individualised PC desktop experiences designed to assist a child with visual impairments or learning disabilities; or through the provision of access devices such as switches and other input devices to give disabled learners parity of access to ICT.

How Joskos can support SEN provision in schools

Joskos staff have extensive experience of individualising the learning experience for users with specific access requirements – for example, creating an accessible personalised desktop for a visually impaired learners, or providing access to the teacher’s laptop screen on a pupil’s device. We have also developed links with a number of experts within the field of ICT to support SEN provision within schools.