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Children's mental health support pathway

Where do I go for support and how do I access it?  Take a look at Staffordshire's mental health support pathway.  This shows support  available to children and young people and how to access it. The North and South Pathway can be found below: Interactive…

Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Information and support for families of children with special educational needs and disabilities

We know this is a difficult and anxious time for families coping with the worry of the coronavirus pandemic, the changes it has bought to our lives, and the reality of social isolation.  We hope this developing page can provide some virtual support to you…

EHCP (Education, health and care plans) and assessments

Information about education, health and care needs assessments and education, health and care plans (EHCPs) for children and young people aged 0-25 years. An easy read guide to the EHCP process can be downloaded here. *** Special educational needs top up funding for pupils with Education…

The graduated response

Most pupils with special educational needs and disabilities will be educated in mainstream settings. We expect the vast majority of pupils will be educated in their home community and have their special educational needs and disabilities met by early years settings, schools or colleges, through a…

SEND & Inclusion Hubs - support for school staff

Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) and Inclusion Hubs aim to provide the right support to children and young people at the right time.  

Your Health App Finder

To help you find trusted apps that meet your needs, we've set up a super easy-to-use Health App Finder. It's a library of fully reviewed and handpicked apps proven to help with things like weight loss and fitness, stopping smoking and mental wellbeing as well…