We offer an initial 10 - 16 hour programme of 1-2 hour intervention slots that would usually last for a term. Although we often work with one individual we would expect that through our final evaluation that sustainable steps are agreed that will be in place to continue to support the child.
We ask for a school senior manager or year head to be involved so that there is the opportunity to discuss implications for the school community as a whole.
All meetings and discussions are conducted in strictest confidence and bound by Decipha's Child and Adult protection policies.
Questions lie at the heart of our Brief coaching method. The solution focussed approach is based upon the young person “telling” him or herself how to reconstruct their own world in a way that can make a difference. The questions we use at Decipha Solutions are a provocation to the young person to think differently.
Many young people that we have worked with have lagging cognitive skills that can be a significant barrier to young people finding their voice. Traditionally lagging skills have been associated with diagnoses such as ADHD, ASD, Autism, Dyslexia, OCD, poor speech and language or even poor motor co-ordination. While these diagnoses can be useful in terms of labeling the problem they can often affect everyone’s expectations and can cloud future aspirations for the young person.
The expertise of our team is built upon meeting the needs of young people with neurological conditions. We have many years combined experience working in London schools as Inclusion Managers, Special Educational Needs Co-ordinators Managers of Pupil Referral Units, teachers of pupils with Specific Learning Difficulties.
If you would like more information and discuss the cost of our programme please do not hesitate to contact us: