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  1. Delay in SEND Strategy Launch

    Dear Parent, Carers and Families As you may be aware, an Independent Review of aspects of Suffolk’s SEND Services has been commissioned by Suffolk County Council. The Review started on 21/6/21 and will be completed within six weeks. A final report on the SEND Review…
  2. Depression

    This page provides information about depression, and where you can get advice and support. Overview of low mood and depression Low mood and depression affects people differently. You may feel down, sad, upset or tearful, empty or num, feel anxious, hopeless or worthless, You may no longer…
  3. Depression in children and young people

    What is the difference between low mood and depression in children and young people? Low mood may come and go, whereas depression is when a child or young person is  struggling with feelings of sadness over a long period of time that won't go away.…
  4. Developing Suffolk InfoLink

    What is Suffolk InfoLink? Good information about local communities is vital for people to engage and support each other. Suffolk InfoLink lists thousands of services, activities, clubs and societies in Suffolk. Organisations manage their own records on InfoLink; it is the community’s information. Development Suffolk…
  5. Disclaimer

    Because we rely on others to give us the information, we cannot be sure it is correct and up to date.  Suffolk County Council assumes no responsibility for information contained on this site and disclaims all liability in respect of the information. Suffolk InfoLink contains…
  6. Domestic Abuse

    This page provides help and advice if you or someone you know is the victim of domestic abuse. Overview of what an abusive relationship is An abusive relationship can include being: threatened with violence - you are frightened of your partner. told what to wear…
  7. Domestic abuse help and advice

    If you're in immediate danger you should always call 999  Silent Solution  If speaking or making a sound would put you in danger and you need immediate help, call 999 and stay on the line, then press 55 when prompted, and the call will be transferred to…
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