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Direct Payments for children and young people

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Futures HouseThe MoakesLutonBedfordshireLU3 3QB
Direct payments are offered to individuals as a way of arranging short break/respite services for disabled children, young people, and their families. A person with parental responsibility for a disabled child is given money to pay for the service instead of the local council arranging…

Youth Advice

1st Floor futures HouseThe MoakesLutonBedfordshireLU3 3QB
Support service for young people who are not in education, employment or training. For us to be able to help you, you must be all of the following: living in Luton aged 16 to 24 not in education unemployed not on a training programme. …

Education Welfare Service

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The service promotes and enforces regular school attendance and works with schools to raise overall attendance levels. Education Welfare Officers work with pupils and the families of pupils who are having problems attending school regularly, and will devise strategies in conjunction with families and schools…

The Luton Visual Impairment Outreach Service For Babies – 11year olds

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1st Floor, Futures HouseThe MoakesLutonLU3 3QB
The visual impairment outreach service is led by Mrs Kate Collings who is a qualified teacher of the visually impaired (QTVI) and has a part time VI assistant outreach worker who helps to visits the VI children under 3. The Luton Visual Impairment Service provides…

Transition Team

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Futures HouseThe MoakesLutonBedfordshireLU3 3QB
The Luton Council Transition Team works with young people between the ages of 14 to 25 who currently have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHC plan) Growing up and moving on from school is an exciting and uncertain time for…

Early Help Team

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Futures HouseThe MoakesLutonBedfordshireLU3 3QB
Providing early help is more effective in promoting the welfare of children than reacting later. If a child or young person reveals they are at risk, the practitioner should follow the safeguarding process immediately. Please contact the Early Help Team if you have any queries.…

Special Educational Needs Advisors (Early Years)

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Futures HouseThe MoakesLutonBedfordshireLU3 3QB
Who does the service support? There are three SEN Advisors (Early Years) that support early identification and intervention for children aged 0-5, with Special Educational Needs who attend Private, Voluntary and Independent nursery settings. We work in partnership with parents, settings and other professionals from Health, Social…

Heywood House

Futures HouseThe MoakesLutonBedfordshireLU3 3QB
Heywood House is a day care centre  offering Health, Social Care and an Educational Programme; enriching the lives of young adults with profound and complex learning difficulties and additional needs. We will accept young adults from any of the local authorities. We specialise in young…

Lea Manor High School Performing Arts College

Northwell DriveLutonBedfordshireLU3 3TL
Lea Manor is larger than the average secondary school in Luton. Local Offer for Special Educational Needs & Disabilities Click here to visit lea Manor High School's Local Offer information for pupils with Special Educational Needs…

Waulud Primary School

Wauluds Bank DriveLutonLU3 3LZ
Luton School offering education and extended services. Breakfast Club We have a daily breakfast club from 8.00 in the morning at a cost of £1.50 per child per day. Please contact school directly for further details. Local Offer for Special Educational Needs & Disabilities…