I work at a private school in the country of Myanmar. I am a phonics specialist/EFL teacher for the younger grades (pre-school, KG and lower primary). My students are primarily local children, who start to learn English as a foreign language in their pre-school. Over the years, I have also had an interest in teaching students with SEN, and have completed SEN and speech therapy CPD courses provided by the British Council, in an effort to improve my knowledge of SEN issues, and how best to help students who have a SEN. I already have experience of teaching young students with ADHD. I'm not a SEN teacher, but I'm the best (and only) option for the SEN children at my school. No other teacher or staff at the school has even the slightest knowledge about SEN issues, and due to the issue of 'loss of face', the child's parents will probably refuse to accept that their child has a SEN. There is currently no provision or programme for SEN students and no effort to identify students who may need extra help or accommodations. But the school principal and local teachers sincerely want to help these students and all are looking to me for recommendations and support. I only teach listening and speaking skills, so am not really aware of students who may be dyslexic. But at a recent SEN workshop that I presented for the local staff, several of them indicated that they knew of students who might be dyslexic, (research stats for the number of students with Dyslexia indicate that there must be several dozen students at the school who have some level of Dyslexia, and who are not getting any assistance from either the teachers or their parents to overcome these SEN issues). I have recently introduced the Jolly Phonics programme into the school, and this has been very well received by teachers, students and parents. What I want to introduce next is a structured programme to assist students who might have ADHD or Dyslexia, (or any other SEN such as Dyspraxia, Dysgraphica etc, (It is not much use to identify these students and then do nothing to help them minimise their SEN). Can forum members give me advice about the framework of such a programme, or links to where I can get further information? Ideally, I'm looking for a step-by-step, structured programme that can be provided for each SEN student (obviously, the goals will be different according to the SEN). I very much want to help these SEN students at my school and I appreciate any advice from the forum members.