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A Local Offer gives children and young people with special educational needs or disabilities and their families information about what support services the local authority think will be available in their local area.
Integrated SEN Service (iSEND)
The Integrated SEN Service support children and young people with SEND who already have an EHC Plan, or those referred for an EHC Needs Assessment.
- Aylesbury Bucks EHC coordinators email@example.com
- Specialist Teachers firstname.lastname@example.org
- Educational Psychologists email@example.com
Provides free, confidential, impartial information, advice and support on all matters relating to special educational needs and disability for children and young people aged 0 to 25 and their parents/carers.
Work with children and young people who have problems learning, developing, socialising and playing, or have a physical and/or learning disability.
Your child may struggle with daily activities including:
- learning to explore the world
- participating in nursery or school
- feeding themselves independently
- dressing independently
- accessing suitable toileting/bathing facilities
- playing with toys and games.
Work with you, health, education and social care colleagues, to help your child get the most from their lives and achieve their potential.
CAMHS help children and young people up to 18 who are finding it hard to cope with everyday life because of difficult feelings, behaviour or relationships.
Most of the time when we are sad, angry, stressed or worried these feelings pass within a few days, but if they go on for a while and stop us from enjoying and coping with life, then CAMHS can help.
Just as we go to the doctors when we are physically ill, sometimes we need extra help with our mental health.
You can self-refer.
The service supports children and young people to develop effective speech, language and social communication skills. Where appropriate we help children and families to learn to use alternative means of communication such as signing. We also work with children and young people who have problems eating or drinking.
The Speech and Language Therapist will develop a programme of work together with the child or young person, family, Early Years/School teaching staff and Specialist Teaching Service. Working in partnership with parents and staff is crucial for effective working at home and within the child/young person’s daily communication environment.
Will offer training and advice for some children and individual or group therapy to others. This relates directly to the nature of the communication difficulty and the outcome of assessment for the child/young person.
The Buckinghamshire Primary Pupil Referral Unit was formed in September 2011 with the amalgamation of The Oaks (Amersham), Woodlands (High Wycombe) and Pathways (Aylesbury).
Provide support for children experiencing significant social, emotional or behavioural difficulties in their mainstream primary school. Children may be supported by outreach or by attendance at one of our units. We serve all maintained primary schools in Buckinghamshire.