Members Terms and Conditions
The members’ section of the site includes information, advice and resources for anyone working with children and young people who are affected by Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)or Brain Tumour (BT). It provides some up to date information and practical strategies from our school staff.
This may be of interest to:
- Teachers in mainstream and special schools
- Voluntary organisations
- Staff working in home school liaison
- Home tuition providers
- School Principals
- Parents may also find this section of the website helpful
These are resources that we use here in the hospital school and may be of benefit in other classrooms, learning support situations or in developing an IEP.
To access this area of the site please register your details.
Information leaflets are listed within thee members’ area.
Hello, I’m Avril Carey, the Principal of Beaumont Hospital School. We have developed this section of our website to help teachers and staff in mainstream and special schools support their students who return to school following Acquired Brain Injury. While there is an abundance of information available on the web, it can be time consuming sourcing materials and not all aspects apply to the child in your class. With this in mind, we have collected the knowledge and experience of teachers and students from our hospital, to give you some information which might ease the transition for these students on their return to school. We also suggest some classroom strategies our school staff have found helpful and may be of use in your classroom”.
Beaumont Hospital or Beaumont Hospital School make no representation expressed or implied with regard to the accuracy of the information in this site and can not accept any legal responsibility for any errors or omissions that may be made.
The information provided is NOT a substitute for full educational assessment by Department of Education approved professionals.