Special Needs Information Network
For Young People with Special Needs in Suffolk
What is SPIN? County
Councils are required by law to keep an up-to-date list of
disabled children living in their areas. In Suffolk,
Health, Education and Social Care have organized a way of
collecting information about children who have special
needs called the Special Needs Information Network - SPIN.
SPIN records are held on computer at Social Care
Central Office. You can register your child on SPIN by
filling in an Enrolment Form. The only information stored
on SPIN will be the information you give us on the form.
Click here to download the 1-page
pdf information sheet on S.P.I.N. (pdf size=106kb)
Organizations Worldwide - Disability
organizations abroad may offer volunteer opportunities and may be able
to assist with accommodation arrangements, such as providing referral
to local disability-related resources; locating personal assistants,
sign interpreters and orientation guides; and advising program
participants on accessibility in the host country.
Parents Down Under of New Zealand -
"Where Parents Meet"
Welcome to the
International Mosaic Down Syndrome
Association Web Site. We hope that by finding us you’ll be
able to contact other families, and join our circle of friends and
support. Our partner page is at
The Learning and
Behavior Charitable Trust of New Zealand is made up of a number of
people who all share a common vision on raising the social awareness
in the area of hidden disorders, learning, and/or behavior
difficulties. In addition we are passionate about ensuring that those
people who are otherwise unheard have a united voice.
- ERIC is the Educational Resources
Information Center (ERIC), a
federally-funded national information system
that provides, through its 16 subject-specific clearinghouses,
associated adjunct clearinghouses, and support components, a
variety of services and products on a broad
range of education-related issues.