With backing from the likes of Stockton Council's short breaks funding for children with additional needs, and more recently a PS4,000 award from Teesside University's allocation from the social entrepreneurship charity UnLtd, they are working hard to make the social enterprise sustain itself while also keeping the cost to parents at a minimum.
What does CWAN stand for?
CWAN stands for Children with Additional Needs (UK)
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Anne Vize is an educational author who writes for and about children with additional needs.
Samina Khanom, 21, has started work as a teaching assistant at Hadrian School in the city working with children with additional needs.
s Kim Reuter said: "We specialise in designing and delivering creative projects for children with additional needs and their families.
As well as better training and professional development, it wants more investment for children with additional needs and a greater say in policies and initiatives aimed at tackling child poverty.
Children with Additional Needs or Disabilities Special Interest Group Meeting 8 October, Unite the Union, 128 Theobald's Road, London Meeting from 10.
Ofsted officers recommended the school's facilities be developed and more spaces provided so children with additional needs can work "uninterrupted and unhindered".