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  1. Autism and Social Communication Team

    WELCOME TO THE AUTISM AND SOCIAL COMMUNICATION TEAM SUPPORT AND INFORMATION PAGES.                                     FOR MAINSTREAM SCHOOL SETTINGS: The Autism and Social Communication Team is part of the Complex Needs team, and sits within Sefton’s SEN and Inclusion Service. We offer support for the inclusion of…
  2. Children's Social Care - Complaints

    If you are unhappy with the service you have received you are entitled to make a complaint, have it considered and receive a response. We will try to sort out any problems and deal with concerns as quickly as possible. Most will be sorted out…
  3. Children’s Education Advisory Service (CEAS)

    Children’s Education Advisory Service (CEAS) supports operational effectiveness through the provision of support to service & eligible MOD civilian families. Contents Role Special educational needs and/or disability (SEND/AN) Retention of Service Family Accommodation School admissions and appeals Continuity of Education Allowance (CEA) CEA(SENA) Contact Us…
  4. Coping With Bereavement

    The death of a loved one can be devastating. Bereavement counsellor Sarah Smith describes some of the feelings that can arise from losing someone, and where you can go for help and support. Bereavement affects people in different ways. There's no right or wrong way…
  5. Housing Support and Care Homes

    Most older and/or disabled people want to live independently in their own homes. Sefton Council provides a range of information about the support available to enable you to do this. You can view this information on the Sefton Council website. There are also a range…
  6. Jargon Buster

    Age Weighted Pupil Unit (AWPU) The AWPU is the amount of money that every maintained school receives for each pupil that is on the school roll, whether or not they have SEN. The value of the AWPU varies from one local authority to another and…
  7. Kooth, Your Online Mental Wellbeing Community

    Want someone to understand or advice for a friend? Kooth is here for you, please visit www.kooth.com for further information. Online and open until 10pm. IN CRISIS Samaritans http://www.samaritans.org/about-us Talk to us any time you like, in your own way, and off the record –…
  8. Local Offer Quick Links/Useful Contact Details

      Local Offer Quick Links   Local Offer - Being active & having fun Active Sefton Leisure Centres Aiming High Clubs and Activities Hobbies and interests Libraries  Outdoor Activities  Parks and gardens School Holidays  Social Opportunities Specialist Groups Sports  Summer Holidays Swimming Watersports   Local…
  9. Mediation Advice

    Disagreement Resolution Mediation  Advice (You are here) Arranging Mediation Parents and young people who wish to make an SEN appeal to the First-tier Tribunal may only do so after they have contacted an independent mediation adviser and discussed whether mediation might be a suitable way…
  10. Preparing for Adulthood Guide

    Please click here to view the “Preparing for Adulthood Guide” The guide has being co-produced with staff from Sefton Council, Buddy Up, Health and Sefton Carers Centre in partnership with young people and the Sefton Parent Carer Forum. Click here to open a Print Version…
  11. School Complaints

    It is the responsibility of individual schools to respond to complaints about the school. You can get a copy of your school's complaints procedure from the school office.Informal Stage Many concerns can be resolved quickly, often by making early contact with the class teacher or…
  12. Sefton Council General Complaints

    At Sefton Council we want to give you the best possible service we can. We welcome your feedback on our services, as it gives us the opportunity to see where we can make improvements.However, if something goes wrong and you are not happy with a…
  13. SENDIASS - Information, Advice and Support Service

    The information, advice and support service can provide support for parents and young people in arranging and attending meetings as well as offering advocacy support. The service is confidential and free for young people aged 0-25 and their parents. It is impartial and provided at…
  14. Tips for caring for a disabled child

    Caring for a disabled child can make your daily parenting duties, such as feeding, toilet training and getting them to sleep, more challenging. Read on for advice and information, or click on the links below to take you to a particular area of interest:  Feeding…
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