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'Working together on workload' video

In partnership with Ofsted and other leading education figures, the Department for Education have have produced a new 'myth busting' video on teacher workload. The video, which features the Education Secretary and the Ofsted Chief Inspector, sets out the steps being taken to help reduce the workload…

* Employing a personal assistant (PA) or communicator guide

For guidance and information on employing and recruiting a personal assistant (PA) or communicator guide, please see the Staffordshire County Council website. Please note: The listings for PA’s or home care agencies showing on Staffordshire Connects are not checked by or endorsed by Staffordshire County Council or Staffordshire…

* Volunteer Shopping Cards / E - Gift cards - check online or ask your local store for details

Volunteer Shopping Card Let’s make tough times that little bit easier … Not being able to get to the shops for your essentials is hard. Especially in the current situation. That’s why a number of supermarkets are creating the Volunteer Shopping Card, the cashless -…

**Accessing support for children - up to 17 years

Staffordshire County Council services/ commissioned services
Families First The Families First service ensures that the needs of children, young people and families across Staffordshire are identified early, the right help is put in place and problems are stopped from getting worse. Our Families First service employs people with a range of…

**Speech and Language Therapy for Children NHS

This service is included in the Local OfferNHS funded services
Children’s Speech and Language Therapy is provided by the NHS across Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent. Speech and language therapists work with babies, children and young people who have speech, language, communication and/or eating and drinking needs. Teams include Speech and Language Therapists, Speech and…

*Accessing support for adults - 18 years and over

Staffordshire County Council services/ commissioned services
More information about the range of adult social care and health services can be accessed found on Staffordshire County Council's web pages. The fact sheet in our download section provides more information on how to contact adult social care and eligibility. How to Access Support…

*Adult Physiotherapy - Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

This service is included in the Local OfferNHS funded services
Our physiotherapy services provide a comprehensive assessment and treatment to a range of conditions associated with different systems of the body: Neuromuscular: brain and nervous system such as stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's Musculoskeletal: muscles, joints, bones and soft tissues such as back pain, whiplash associated disorder,…

*Aiming High - Short Breaks

This service is included in the Local OfferStaffordshire County Council services/ commissioned servicesAiming High short break services
Aiming High provide a wide variety of activities for children and young people up to 25 years old with a Special Educational Need/Disability (SEND) and their families who live in Staffordshire.  For more information, please see our Aiming High directory.

*ASSIST - Autism and Sensory Support in Staffordshire

This service is included in the Local OfferStaffordshire County Council services/ commissioned services
ASSIST provide services for deaf people, those with a vision impairment and people with an Autism Spectrum Condition.  Interpreters are used at various medical settings, conferences, meetings and in legal settings. Access to documentation is provided through interpretation and translation: British Sign Language Braille Moon Audio

*Autism Outreach Team

This service is included in the Local OfferStaffordshire County Council services/ commissioned services
We are part of the Specialist Support service. We work with children and young people aged up to 18 years with a diagnosis or working diagnosis of an autism spectrum condition.  We work with parents and carers and offer advice and training to mainstream settings supporting pupils with an autism spectrum condition. …
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