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  1. Education Access Team

    This page is currently being updated 08/12/2022 The Education Access Team are part of the Specialist Education Services (SES) Suffolk County Council. What we do The team support schools and families who are facing or have been permanently excluded.
  2. Be Well, Feel Well: Control

    Control, one of the 12 'emotional needs', is the focus in January to help you look after your mental health and wellbeing. To meet the need for control, we need to feel that we have some say over our lives and personal choices. It can…
  3. Winter Warmth

    Are you working with a resident in Suffolk or patient who is struggling to afford to heat their home? Do you support families who sleep in one room as they don’t have enough bedding to go round? Would some simple items of clothing, bedding or…
  4. Coping with Financial Stress

    Are you feeling stressed or worried due to the recent cost of living increases?  FREE online workshops Coping with Financial Stress to help you cope: Monday 5th and 12th December Coping with Financial Stress - Wellbeing Suffolk (wellbeingnands.co.uk)
  5. Request Emotional Wellbeing Leaflets for your school/setting

    The below emotional wellbeing leaflets are available to download or request copies of to help signpost families and young people to mental health support services in Suffolk. Please email thesource@suffolk.gov.uk if you would like to request copies of these leaflets. Emotional wellbeing leaflets for families and young…
  6. Activities Unlimited Service Redesign

    March 2020 When we opened our Short Break Service in 2009 we had around 350 members. Eleven years later we now have over 5,000 children and young people registered with us from across Suffolk, nearly 2000 of whom receive a financial award. We are proud…
  7. SEND Review Action Plan, Autumn 2022 update

    In response to the 2021 Independent Review of SEND Services in Suffolk, we produced an action plan to help us deliver the review's nine recommendations. You can read an update on our progress against these recommendations, along with an open letter from Assistant Director for…
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