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Resources for Young People

Dual or Multiple Exceptionality (DME) means having both high learning potential and another condition, or conditions, which hinder your learning  (Special Educational Need and Disabilities РSEND). If you have DME, it is really important that you make sure that everyone knows about both your high ability and anything that hinders your learning so that you can get the support that you need.

Front cover of CTYI Resources Guide for Students with Gifts and Talents

Publication

Students with Gifts and Talents: A Resource Guide

Following surveys of young people, parents and teachers, this publication, from CTYI – Center for Talented Youth Ireland, highlights the differences you will find in the gifted and dual or multiple exceptional communities and the different approaches that young people, parents, teachers and policy makers can take to enable them to thrive in academic and social settings.

National Association for Special Educational Needs (nasen)

nasen House
4/5 Amber Business Village
Amber Close
Amington
Tamworth
Staffordshire
B77 4RP

Tel: 01827 311500

Email: welcome@nasen.org.uk

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Potential Plus UK

The Open University
Vaughan Harley Building Ground Floor
Walton Hall
Milton Keynes
MK7 6AA

Tel: 01908 646433

Email: amazingchildren@potentialplusuk.org

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Email: info@dmetrust.org

 

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