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'What works' resource for working with pupils and students with SEN

An interactive ‘what works’ resource for those working with pupils and students with SEN is available. The resource – ‘SEN support: research evidence on effective approaches and examples of current practice in good and outstanding schools and colleges’ – provides school and college leaders, teachers…

'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…

*Adult Mental Health Services (Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust) NHS funded services

NHS funded services
We consist of multi-disciplinary teams providing both community and inpatient care. Many of these services are provided in collaboration with partner agencies, both statutory and non-statutory. Our services are organised into a series of pathways; Non-psychosis team    Psychosis team    Intensive lifeskills team    Memory service…

*Adult Physiotherapy - Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust This service is included in the Local OfferNHS funded services

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 Staffordshire County Council services/commissioned servicesAiming High short break services

Staffordshire 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.

*Carers Hub

The Carers Hub, a single point of contact for carers and their families.  We are here to improve the lives of carers of all ages through support, advice, information and training. To find out what is available, please see our website. Ways to get in…

*Equipment for Post-16 Students in FE Colleges with a sensory impairment This service is included in the Local Offer

This service is included in the Local Offer
In order to provide mainstream further education colleges and Education Funding Agency (EFA) funded training providers with access to specialist equipment for students, who are resident in Staffordshire with sensory impairments, Staffordshire County Council has negotiated a specific service with the Specialist Support Service. Service available…

*Everyone Health Staffordshire Service Staffordshire County Council services/commissioned services

Staffordshire County Council services/commissioned services
Whether you want help to quit smoking, lead a more active lifestyle, lose some weight, or simply take advantage of the NHS Health Checks we offer, Everyone Health can help you. We provide services with an integrated approach that look to not only help alleviate…

*Hearing Impairment Team This service is included in the Local OfferStaffordshire County Council services/commissioned services

This service is included in the Local OfferStaffordshire County Council services/commissioned services
The Hearing Impairment Team supports children and young people with a hearing impairment at home, in early years settings, mainstream and special schools aged 0-25. This support continues throughout school and into further education. This forms part of Staffordshire's Local Offer and is part of the Sensory Team. Qualified…

*Higher Education - Disabled Students' Allowance and additional support This service is included in the Local Offer

This service is included in the Local Offer
As a higher education student living in England, you can apply for a Disabled Students’ Allowance (DSA) if you have a: disability  long-term health condition  mental health condition  specific learning difficulty such as dyslexia Additional Support The support you get depends on your individual needs…
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