Support for children and young people

This section contains information about the support available for children and young people aged 0-25 with Special Educational Needs (SEN) or disabilities from education providers (for example nurseries, schools, academies and colleges) and health and social care providers.

Education provision
Support that nurseries, early years providers, schools, academies and post-16 schools and colleges are expected to provide.
Health provision
Find out about the range of health professionals involved in helping and supporting you and your child.
Social care support
Support from our Special Educational Needs and Disability Team
Special Educational Needs Improvement Team
The SENIT consists of two teams; the Low Incidence Needs Team (LINT) and the High Incidence Needs Team (HINT).
Specialist educational provision
Children and young people requiring a higher level of support may be eligible to access specialist educational provision.
Support for children with an Education, Health and Care Plan
Find out about the support a child receives based on their individual needs.
Support for children at SEN Support
Find out about the support that is available to your child if they have SEN but do not have an EHC Plan.
Early Years Support (0-4 years)
Find out about support available and our Early Years Assessment and Intervention Team.
Where to get advice, help and support
The world of SEND can be confusing, but help is at hand.

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