Welcome to Inspire EHC

Inspire EHC is Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) recruitment agency with our head office in Maldon, Essex. We are proud to be supporting our clients and staff in the Education and Health & Social Care sectors across East Anglia, Home Counties and London.

We are proud to be supporting but not limiting to, Special Schools, Out of School Tuition, Alternative Provision, Pupil Referral Units, Local Authorities, Hospital Schools, Primary Schools, Secondary Schools, Children’s Homes and Adult Homes.

As SEND specialists, we understand how important it is to meet the needs of every pupil/service user we are involved with and take every step in ensuring we become a positive part of everyone’s journey, whilst having the pupil/service user’s needs at the forefront of everything we do.

Whether you’re looking for your next role in SEND or you would like to discuss whether Inspire EHC is the right recruitment partner for you, please get in touch.

David MD - SEND Consultant
Sian Administration Manager
Isobel Candidate Consultant
meet the team

We’re working hard to ensure all our vacancies are listed here, however given how fast the sector moves that isn’t always possible.

So, if you’re looking for a new role but can’t see anything that quite hits the mark, give us a call and register your interest. You never know we might just have something available already with your name on it!

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let us look at some of our specialisms

Autism
What we know...
Autism, or Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD), or Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC) - is a lifelong condition affecting how people communicate and interact with others and how they relate to the world about them.

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Complex Needs
What we know...
People with learning disabilities will sometimes have multiple conditions that co-exist, overlap and interlock to create a complex profile. These conditions can mean that they present with a range of issues and combination of needs.

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Social Emotional Mental Health (SEMH)
What we know...
The term originated in the 2014 SEN Code of Practice and replaced the term SEBD (Social Emotional Behaviour Difficulties). This move towards recognising the behavioural link to Mental Health has been a long time coming in the eyes of many.

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Emotional Behavioural Difficulties (EBD)
What we know...
‘EBD’ Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties refers to a condition in which behaviour or emotional responses of an individual are so different from generally accepted norms, that they adversely affect that child's performance.

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Moderate Learning Difficulties (MLD)
What we know...
Moderate Learning Difficulties (MLD) is a term applied to children who have difficulties resulting in school attainments below expected levels in many areas of the curriculum, despite academic support and differentiation.

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Severe Learning Difficulties (SLD)
What we know...
The term Severe Learning Difficulties (SLD), or Severe Learning Disorder, is applied to a child who finds it difficult to understand, learn and remember new skills and has trouble adapting their skills to daily life.

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Profound Multiple Learning Difficulties (PMLD)
What we know...
Children with profound and multiple learning disability (PMLD) have difficulties in more than one area, including severe learning disability, combined with other significant problems and complex needs. Many are lifelong wheelchair users.

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Childhood Trauma
What we know...
Childhood Trauma is often described as serious adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). Children may go through a range of experiences that classify as psychological trauma, these might include neglect, abandonment, sexual abuse, and physical abuse, witnessing abuse of a sibling or parent, or having a mentally ill parent.

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Visual Impairment (VI)
What we know...
Most children with VI attend their local school with specialist support from a local authority service; some go to a mainstream school that is specifically designated for blind and partially sighted pupils; others go to a special school for blind pupils.

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Hearing Impairment (HI)
What we know...
Hearing loss in childhood may be genetic in origin or acquired. It is either sensorineural (of the inner ear and nerves) or conductive (outer ear). Sensorineural deafness is permanent, whereas conductive loss can fluctuate with conditions like glue ear. It is possible for a child to have a mix of both.

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