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*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…

*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…

*Vision 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 Vision Impairment Team supports children and young people aged 0-25 years with a vision impairment at home, in early years settings, mainstream and special schools. This support continues throughout school and into further education. This forms part of Staffordshire's Local Offer and is part of the Sensory Team.…

Beacon

We are dedicated to helping people with sight loss live a fuller, more independent life. The Beacon Centre has been supporting people with sight loss for more than 140 years. We provide a variety of support including: employment support courses and training opportunities inclusing getting online…

Dogs for Good

We’re an innovative charity, exploring ways dogs can help people overcome specific challenges and enrich and improve lives and communities. Assistance Dog Our assistance dogs support adults and children with a range of disabilities and also children with autism.  Community Dog We train and support…

Hearing, Visual & Deafblind (Sensory Team) - Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust NHS funded services

NHS funded services
The team consists of Rehabilitation Officer Visual Impairment (ROVI) posts and Rehabilitation Officer Hearing Impairment (ROHI) posts. They provide advice, support and guidance to individuals who have sensory needs and/or are registered deaf, blind, or deafblind. They work to promote independence by offering social work…

Look UK - supporting visually impaired young people

Look is a small, national charity providing help, support and information for visually impaired young people and their families. 

National Deaf Children's Society

We are the National Deaf Children’s Society (NDCS). Our work is dedicated to breaking down barriers for deaf children and their families.  We also provide advice, support and activities

NatSIP (National Sensory Impairment Partnership) - school training pack

The Mainstream Training Pack is aimed at teachers, SENCos and TAs in mainstream or special schools and settings who may be new to working with pupils with a sensory impairment. The purpose of the Mainstream Training Pack is to improve the confidence and basic skills…

Royal Association for Deaf People Information about this organisation is provided by Support Staffordshire

Information about this organisation is provided by Support Staffordshire
Founded in 1841, The Royal Association for Deaf People (RAD) provides services to Deaf people in their first language which is usually British Sign Language (BSL) and support mainstream providers to be more accessible to Deaf people. For more information, go to www.royaldeaf.org.uk or contact…
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