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SCHOOL GUIDE

An inclusive school system with joint, integrative teaching ...

... by pupils with and without disabilities and with special needs can be put into practice with the help of school support.

School accompaniment is then necessary ...

... when pupils with disabilities need individual support that the school staff cannot or cannot provide regularly. School support can be provided in individual cases by specialists or non-specialists, depending on requirements. The use of specialists is necessary if the support measures are predominantly (curative) educational activities. This is often the case in particular for students with disorders in the autism spectrum, multiple disabilities, highly challenging behaviors or a high need for communication support. Decisive for the quantity, duration and quality of the

Support is always the individual need of the student in connection with the school situation.

Basic services are:
  • Support for coping with everyday school life: help and guidance in personal hygiene, mobility, in class courses, during breaks, in handling teaching materials, in orientation.
  • Support in the classroom: structuring aids, encouraging concentration, stimulating and directing attention, enabling an individual learning pace with appropriate breaks.
  • Communication support: learning and using non-verbal communication systems and promoting verbal communication.
  • Support in the psychosocial field: help and guidance in social interaction with classmates and teachers, for support in crisis situations, for strengthening self-esteem and independence.
  • Supporting the school system: School attendants provide information about the pupil's disability and appropriate handling as required. After consultation with the school, they are in contact with the legal guardians and the accompanying therapists. The FAIRnund e. V. is responsible for the smooth process flow.
Type and scope of help

The type and scope of the aid depend on the individual needs of the disabled person and are determined in an individual aid plan process that is updated on a regular basis.

The aim is to always achieve the greatest possible independence of the student.

The services include:

  • Support for coping with everyday school life: help and guidance in personal hygiene, mobility, in class courses, during breaks, in handling teaching materials, in orientation.
  • Support in the classroom: structuring aids, encouraging concentration, stimulating and directing attention, enabling an individual learning pace with appropriate breaks.
  • Communication support: learning and using non-verbal communication systems and promoting verbal communication.
  • Support in the psychosocial field: help and guidance in social interaction with classmates and teachers, for support in crisis situations, for strengthening self-esteem and independence.
  • Supporting the school system: School attendants provide information about the pupil's disability and appropriate handling as required. After consultation with the school, they are in contact with the legal guardians and the accompanying therapists. The FAIRnund e. V. is responsible for the smooth process flow.

In addition, the FAIRbund e. V. further advice and
Information options for parents, caregivers and teachers e.g. B. on certain disability patterns, relief options in the home or for the further design of the life.

The method
  • School attendance is requested by the student or his or her legal guardian within the scope of the individual legal claim from the specialist authority. Schools can encourage the application.
  • The specialist authority checks the application and obtains the corresponding comments from the school or the accompanying therapeutic or funding institutions.
  • At the beginning of this process, the school, the legal guardians and, if possible, the pupil must also be involved in addition to the specialist authority. In the further course of the measure, the FAIRbund e. V. as a provider of school support part of the help planning.
  • In order to decide on the type and scope of the service to be approved, the individual aid planning according to § 36 SGB VIII is a tried and tested approach, on which the overall planning according to SGB XII is based.
  • Aid plans are held at regular intervals. They design the process of granting benefits from the initial and clearing phase to replacement and termination.
  • After the service provider has promised the costs, a legally binding care contract is drawn up between FAIRbund e. V. and the student with the legal guardian. The determined need for support is part of the contract and regulates the duration, scope and support content.
  • There are binding agreements between the FAIRbund eV and the school about organizational processes, responsibilities and responsibilities.

CONTACT

Outpatient team
School escort
Sandra Schröter (team leader)
Meissner Strasse 64
04315 Leipzig
Tel .: 0341 - 699 298 28
Fax: 0341 - 699 298 29

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