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Reviewing an EHC plan

Once you put the EHC plan into action, it’ll be reviewed yearly (or every six months if child is under five) It’s a way of making sure the young person is getting the support they deserve and meeting their agreed outcomes. Read all about EHC…

SEN Service

Who is the service for? Children and young people with special educational needs who live in Hounslow and whose needs cannot reasonably be provided from within the resources normally available from mainstream early years settings, schools or post 16 colleges. Children with special educational needs…

Services for young adults with a learning disability

Most services for young people with learning disabilities (18+)  can be found on the adult services website Careplace however the main services for young adults are also listed here; Prevention, Transition and Development Service This service works with individuals over 18 with a learning disability and their…

Speech, language and communication needs

Children develop their speech and language skills at their own pace. The important thing is to ensure that your child has enough interaction with other children and plenty of opportunities to play; as children learn from playing and listening to others. There are also activities…

Physical and self care difficulties

Physical & Self-care Difficulties A child or young person with a physical difficulty may struggle with day-to-day activities and need extra support. This can be due to A physical condition, e.g. cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, spina bifida, arthritis, genetic disorder etc. Delayed development of gross (walking/crawling etc)…

Apprenticeships for Young People with SEND

Apprenticeships are a type of work-based learning. Apprenticeships are real jobs with training so you can earn while you learn and pick up recognised qualifications as you go.  Anyone living in England over the age of 16 and not in full-time education can apply. Hounslow…

Additional funding to support pre-school settings

There are 2 main sources of extra funding for pre-school settings.  If eligible then they can claim both. SEN Inclusion funding -this is available for eligible children from age 2 If your childs pre school setting (nurseries and childminders)  think they need to access some…

Concerns about your child's development

Under 5 years of age If you think there could be a problem with the way your child plays, learns, speaks, acts, and moves talk to your child’s doctor or health visitor and share your concerns. Don’t wait. Useful guides to development Use the NHS…