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  1. Physical Activity

    Physical Activity Being physically active has significant health benefits for hearts, bodies and minds. Whether you’re walking, wheeling or cycling, dancing, doing sport or playing with your children. Find out about the range of activities to get you moving which are taking place across the…
  2. Polio Virus

    Polio is a serious infection that's now very rare because of the vaccination programme. It's only found in a few countries and the chance of getting it in the UK is extremely low. Polio can lead to paralysis and in some cases, even death. There…
  3. Preparing for Adulthood

    This page has information and advice about 5 Key Areas, which Young People with SEND have said are important in Preparing for Adulthood.  The Department for Education (DfE) fund the Preparing for Adulthood Programme. Their mission is that Young People with SEN and Disabilities have equal life…
  4. Primary Care Services

    There are a range of services that are available to everyone to help manage their health. These are called 'universal' services and include GPs, dentists, pharmacists, opticians and walk-in centres as well as health visitors and school nurses.  Most NHS health services do not charge…
  5. Raising Concerns and Complaints

    Children's Social Care Services are responsible for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children in need and children in care. We want you to tell us when you have any concerns and to know when the service does not meet the expected standards, to put…
  6. Refugees and Asylum Seekers

    An asylum seeker is someone who is seeking international protection but whose claim for refugee status has not yet been determined. A refugee is someone who has been recognised under the 1951 Convention relating to the status of refugees to be a refugee. A migrant…
  7. Register a child or young person with a disability

    Why register ? If you choose to register your child, you will: be kept up to date about services relevant to children and young people with disabilities, including through a regular newsletter be involved in future consultations so you can influence planning for services in…
  8. Relationship Support

    Parental Relationship Support Arguments are common in all kinds of relationships. It is healthy to argue, as long as both people are able to express their feelings in a way that resolves issues, rather than keeping everything inside and letting issues build up. If you…

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