There are thousands of unpaid carers in County Durham providing care or support to a relative, neighbour or friend. Most people who are carers don't see themselves as carers, but as husbands, wives, partners, parents, sons, daughters, siblings or friends. Caring for someone can involve…
The Sensory Processing Disorder Parent Support Group was launched in October 2015 with the help of Tree Tops Occupational Therapy after it was felt there was no support group for parents in the North East of England for this clinical condition. We are affiliated with…
We provide a service for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) who: are undergoing an Education Health and Care (EHC) Assessment aged 0-14 years have an EHC Plan require support from services through the Local Offer may have a SEN Support…
03000 265 878
The community paediatric service is provided within four district localities and provides neuro-disability services to children up to school leaving age in accessible venues including clinics, schools, community hospital sites and health centres. Services include specialist multi disciplinary clinics including pre-school child development, feeding, cerebral…
If you think your child has a special educational need or disability (SEND) and your child is of pre-school age, talk to your health visitor, doctor or portage worker, where appropriate. If your child is already attending or about to start a pre-school, such as a…
This page provides information about mainstream schools' provision for children with special education needs. The majority of children with special educational needs will have their needs met in their local mainstream school. Some children will need to attend some specialist provision to have their needs…
Most children with special educational needs do not need a statutory assessment.  Their needs are identified and the right provision is made by the school. In County Durham, head teachers in mainstream schools and staff in colleges have been asked to produce a SEN Support…

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