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SOS! SEN

www.sossen.org.uk
11aCreek RoadEast MoleseySurreyKT8 9BE
SOS!SEN offers friendly, independent and confidential advice for parents and others looking for information and advice on Special Educational Needs (SEN) through our free helpline and walk in advice centres. We offer workshops and document check services.

Special educational needs (SEN) advisors - Early Years

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1st Floor, Town Hall extensionUpper George StreetLutonLU1 2BQ
Who does the service support? There are three SEN advisors (Early Years) that support early identification and intervention for children: aged 0 to 5 with SEN who attend private, voluntary and independent nursery settings We work in partnership with parents, settings and other…

Speech, Language and Communication Needs Service (SENS)

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1st Floor, Town Hall ExtensionGeorge StreetLutonLU1 2BQ
Luton Council's SENS works with staff in early years/educational settings to improve practice and support the removal of barriers to learning for children identified with: global developmental delay reluctance to speak or diagnosed with selective mutism language delay not linked to a disorder -…

The Special Educational Needs Service (SENS)

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Who does the service support (age, criteria, etc.) The Special Educational Needs Service (SENS) is made up of the following teams: The Speech, Language and Communication Needs Team   The…

Special Educational Needs Assessment team (SENAT)

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SENAT is responsible for: coordinating education, health and care (EHC) needs assessments overseeing the assessment and planning process ensuring timely decision making producing coordinated EHC plans monitoring the progress of children with existing plans/statements of SEN the placement (admissions process) of children with plans…

Home to School Transport

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Planning and AdmissionsLuton CouncilTown HallLutonLU1 2BQ
The aims of the Home to School Transport Policy are as follows: To assist parents in ensuring that their children can access education, and arrive in a good state to learn. To ensure that decisions on access to free home-to-school transport are made fairly…

Education Support Services

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The aim of the five support services is to provide a quality service through partnership with parents, schools and agencies to enable children with special educational needs to succeed educationally, socially and emotionally in Luton mainstream schools in response to the SEN Code of Practice 2001.…

Passenger Transport Unit (PTU)

Central DepotKingswayLutonBedfordshireLU4 8AU
The Council's Passenger Transport Unit handles queries for the following areas: Driver permits and testing -  If you wish to drive and/or hire a Council minibus your will first need to take a Driver Permit Test.  Minibus hire  - We hire out minibuses to local…

Independent Parental Special Education Advice

Hunters CourtDebden RoadSaffron WaldenCB11 4AA
IPSEA's trained volunteers give free, legally based independent advice and support in England and Wales to help get the right education for children with SEN/D. You can also get help by looking at our website resources on common problems, taking action, exclusion, transport, refusal to…

Luton SENDIAS Service

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The Luton Special Educational Needs and Disability Information Advice and Support Service (SENDIAS) was previously known as the Luton Parent Partnership. The information, advice and support provided is to help enable children, young people and their parents / carers to participate in decisions regarding their…