Are you a parent and carer of someone under 25 years old in County Durham with a special educational need or disability? You can join the Children and Young People's Network for free!  What is the Children and Young People's Network? The Council keep a register…
03000 265 792
The Occupational Therapy service carries out functional assessments on individuals with a physical disability to help you to live more independently within your own home. This may include: changing the technique or way you carry out certain tasks to make them easier for you referring…
03000 267 979
Social Care Direct is a dedicated team of officers who are your first point of contact if you feel you need social care help and support from Durham County Council. They can be contacted in a number of different ways including texting and email. When you contact them you…
03000 267 979
0191 383 5752
We provide health, wellbeing and practical housing related support and accommodation for young vulnerable people with a view to enabling them to gain the necessary skills for them to get their own tenancy. We can help you: to understand tenancy responsibilities to develop independent living…
01388 450 333 or 0800 073 1837
Fax: 0191 386 1824
We provide a service to all children and young people of school age, and their families, whether or not they are attending school. We offer advice and information, and assess health needs on children entering school and on transfer to secondary schools. We offer information and…
03000 263 538
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…
Our Learning Disabilities Floating Support service provides tenancy support for people living in their own home who have an identified Learning Disability or difficulty. Up to 35 spaces available across County Durham Support for people aged 18 and over. Short term support for up to two years. Areas…
0191 332 4935
Horizon Young Adult Carers Service is funded by The National Lottery Community Fund to support Young Adult Carers aged 14 to 25 years old across County Durham. Young Adult Carers are young people aged 14-25 who care, unpaid, for a family member or friend with…
01325 731 160
Willington Library is situated on the main street in the village, near the health centre and the doctor's surgery. The library is fully accessible to our customers and our computers have accessibility features available on them. What's available? books, including large print and picture books,…
03000 269 532
Wolsingham Library is situated in the Town Hall in Wolsingham Market Place. They offer a range of services for you and your family to enjoy. The library is fully accessible to our customers and our computers have accessibility features available on them. What's available? If…
03000 269 533

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