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Children and young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) can have varying and often complex health needs. This may mean they are cared for by a range of health professionals from different services.

Most health services in the UK are provided by the National Health Service (NHS). These services are free and available to everybody who needs to use them.

In this page, you can find out about the different health services available locally. It includes information on who the service is for, how to access the service and who to contact for more information as well as general advice an guidance for a range of needs. 

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Early Help work with families who have children 0-19yrs, where there are indications of emerging difficulties or additional needs. Early Help Practitioners work with families in a systemic way to support change, overcome issues and build on the strengths already present in the family.

Early Help Assessment and Referral Form

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