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Education Psychology Service

Who are Educational Psychologists (EPs)? Educational Psychologists all have an honours degree in psychology, significant experience of working with children/young people and have undertaken further professional training in Psychology to Masters or Doctorate level. All EPs have enhanced DBS clearance and are registered with the…

Equipment and Adaptations

Your child may need equipment, an adaptation or professional advice to assist them with day-to-day living and to maximise their independence in their own homes.

Finding Somewhere to Live

There are lots of different housing options available for a young person or adult with special educational needs and disabilities. You can have help in your own home, live in someone else's home or get help to live on your own or with friends.

Glue ear

Glue ear is a common childhood condition where the middle ear becomes filled with fluid. The medical term for glue ear is otitis media with effusion (OME). It's estimated that one in five children around the age of two will be affected by glue ear at any given…

Havering's spending plan for additional funding - what is it all about?

The government has changed how funding is given to local authorities and schools to support children and young people with SEND and other high needs. As part of this, the government is giving all local authorities some additional capital funding each year for three years,…

Higher education

This page has information on the next steps in education for young people with additional needs and/or disabilities.

Learning disabilities: help your child learn

If your child has a learning disability, there are steps you can take to help them learn. Local support services may be able to guide you along the way and help you work out how best to communicate to aid their learning. If your child…

Local Offer 11-16 - Preparing For Adulthood

When a young person moves from childhood into adulthood, there will often be a transition from the support they receive moving from children’s to adult services. In preparation for adulthood, most young people will require support in 4 main areas to ensure the transition is…

Local Offer 16-25 Preparing For Adulthood

When a young person moves from childhood into adulthood, there will often be a transition from the support they receive moving from children’s to adult services. In preparation for adulthood, most young people will require support in 4 main areas to ensure the transition is…
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