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  1. Assessments, Education, Health and Care Plans

    The majority of children and young people with special education needs (SEN) or disabilities will have the support they need within local mainstream early years settings, schools or colleges. This is called SEN Support. For some children and young people, there may be concerns about…
  2. Access Suffolk

    This page brings together help and support that is available for people with disabilities and accessibility requirements in Suffolk. If you would like to contribute to this page please let the InfoLink team know.
  3. Health and wellbeing

    Introducing Suffolk's Public Health and Communities team: Find out about the work of the Public Health and Communities team and priorities for improving health and reducing health inequalities in Suffolk. Please take a look at the video
  4. Early years and childcare

    "We believe that all children are entitled to go to any early years and childcare provision and to have their needs identified and met." Christina Lewis, Head of Service, Early Years and Childcare At Suffolk County Council we promote equality and inclusion, particularly for disadvantaged families, children…
  5. Health

    There are a range of health services available for children and young people aged 0-25 based on an individual’s health need. In order to access any health service in Suffolk you, or your child/young person will need to be registered with a Suffolk GP. Children…
  6. Care, Education Treatment Reviews (CETR)

    CETRs are focused on those children and young people who either have been, or may be about to be admitted to a specialist mental health / learning disability hospital either in the NHS or in the independent sector. CETRs bring together those responsible for commissioning…
  7. Suffolk welcoming places

    Children and young people with SEND and their families have told us they want to feel safe, welcome and included within their local communities. They have also given us a list of actions you can take to help them: Staff say hello and smile Make…
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