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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 Virtual School promotes the education of looked after children. Our Virtual School offers support and guidance to: Looked after children and care leavers up to the age of 24. Parents and carers of looked after children, care leavers and adopted children. Schools and other organisations providing…
03000 267 800
In County Durham, we need foster carers who can provide children and young people with the love, security and stability that family life can offer. There are lots of reasons why children need foster carers, often it's because of problems at home and they need…
03000 269 400
Carers services can help people who look after someone with a special educational need or disability. Sometimes these people are called carers. Carers who live (or look after someone who lives) in County Durham, can contact Durham County Carers Support who can offer you: information…
We are an independent membership organisation for professionals, foster carers and adopters, and anyone else working with or looking after children in or from care, or adults who have been affected by adoption.  We provide information, training, consultancy, publications and other resources. Our advice and information…
Advice line: 0300 222 5775
Head office: 0207 520 0300
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…

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