Guidance to Accessing Services for Children with Disabilities
Sefton expects that all children and their families should have the same range of opportunities, regardless of ability.
We want children with disabilities to be included in all services, and for families to be able to access services without advice and agreement from a professional, which can take time.
Services that do not require professional involvement are known as ‘universal’ and ‘targeted’ support and should be the first option for all families of children with disabilities.
If a child has needs that means they cannot use these services, the Local Authority can help provide additional specialist support.
A guidance has been developed to help parents & carers to understand how to access services for children with disabilities and the criteria used for an assessment for services.
This guidance explains
- different levels of support available
- the first steps to take when you feel you need support
- how to access services at all levels
Please click here to view the Guidance for Accessing Services for Disabled Children Document.
Last updated: 14/12/2020