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Short Breaks

Bi-Borough Short Breaks Service What is a Short Break? How to Access a Short Break Short Breaks Menu Early Intervention and Support Team 0-5 Assesment and Review Team 6-14 Preapring for Transition and Adulthood Team 14+ Inclusion Centres for Disabled Children & Young People  Occupational…

Short Breaks Menu

Short Breaks Menu The Short Breaks menu displays the full range of universal, core and specialist short break provision for children and young people with disabilities, and their families, funded by Kensington & Chelsea or Westminster City Council during 2019/2020. You can download the Short…

ShortBreaks is on Social Media

Good news!!! Short Breaks is now on various different social media platforms. Please see out Short Breaks Social Media accounts Flyer. For all latest news and centre (Tresham & St Quintin) updates, don't forget to like/follow us on our Twitter page! For more information regarding…

Social care and family support

Drawn by Ismael, age 7We provide a range of different services to support disabled children and their families. Wherever possible, we try to enable disabled children and young people to access mainstream services. The philosophy behind our services is that they should help families lead…

Social Services and Family Support

Social Services and family support What we do and who we can help Many people are worried that contacting children's social services will mean that children are taken into care. In fact, unless a child is in danger, we will work hard with parents to help…

Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND) privacy notice

As part of its role in relation to statutory assessment processes, and the ongoing monitoring of children and young people who have Education, Health and Care Plans (EHCPs), the Special Educational Need and/or Disability (SEND) Service is required to collect and process data about children,…

Specialist resource bases in mainstream schools

The aim of a specialist resource base is to provide targeted support which enables children to make progress, achieve their identified outcomes and continue to access the mainstream curriculum while being provided with a specialist intervention programme. This may include additional and different provision, such…

Speech and Language Therapy (SLT) service

The Speech and Language Therapy (SLT) service is provided by Central London Community Healthcare (CLCH). The service provide assessment for children and young people with speech, language and communication needs and/or problems with eating, drinking, and swallowing. Following diagnosis, the service may provide therapy for children and…

Speech and language therapy for early years

Speech and language therapists run drop-in sessions at children’s centres for parents/carers to find out more about speech and language needs, the Speech and Language Therapy (SLT) service, and discuss any concerns they have with their child’s speech, language, and communication development. Further support provided…

Speech and language therapy for school aged children and young people

Children and young people with speech and language needs in their EHCP can access direct speech and language therapy at their school. Therapists work in partnership with schools, and provide staff with advice, training, and strategies to support the development of all school children’s speech,…