SNAP Cymru provides information, advice and support for parents, children and young people who have, or may have, additional learning needs or disabilities.
They provide the following impartial, confidential & free services:
- Helpline, advice & support
- Specialist casework
- Discrimination advice and casework
- Independent specialist advocacy
- Disagreement resolution
NYAS Cymru offers a wide range of services designed to provide appropriate help to young people and vulnerable adults.
Local ALN activity sessions
Citizen’s Advice Wales are able to offer advice on a range of topics.
Education Psychology Service (EPS)
Specific Learning Difficulties Team
Education Achievement Service (EAS) for south east Wales
Visual Impaired Team, Hearing Impaired Team & Communication Intervention team.
Disability Sport Monmouthshire
Magic Parents and carers network.
A charity that supports children and young people with disabilities and/or developmental difficulties and their families. Centres are located at Serennu in Newport, Nevill Hall in Abergavenny and in at Caerphilly Children’s Centre.
The Building Bridges Project
Activities, fun, friendship and work-related experiences for young people with additional needs aged between 14 and 25 in Monmouthshire.
Transition from school to post-16
education and training is a very important
life stage for every young person.