Bi-borough inclusion for disabled children
As part of the Short Breaks offer, you might decide that your child would like to access a mainstream provision for their Short Break.
The Bi-borough (Kensington & Chelsea, and Westminster) employ an Inclusion Officer who can help you with this process.
If this is something you are thinking about, then please contact:
Rafael can advise you on local after-school clubs and holiday playschemes.
Some children who attend mainstream provision may need a worker to support them.
For pricing and locations of all our inclusion venues, please click here.
Please note Rafael hold risk assessments of all the sites used across the Bi-borough. Please see attachments for copies if you want to ensure the site is safe for your child.
Inclusion Pathway if your child needs additional support
- Referral into the Short Breaks Team
- Light Touch Assessment
- Care Support Package agreed
- Inclusion Officer will offer to visit you and your child to discuss options (usually completed within 2 weeks)
- Child profile completed
- Inclusion Officer will source worker for your child - if needed
Sometimes the provision will provide this and sometimes the worker comes from a bank of playworkers in the Short Breaks Team.
- After six months, Rafael will review your child's experience at the setting.
Sometimes by then the setting feels confident to support your child without the need for a 1 to 1 worker, or the worker can be shared with another disabled child.
- Rafael will ensure that you are aware of your child's progress and keep you informed around the need for the worker or not.
Last Updated 13/11/2019