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Lincolnshire Parent Carer Forum
Lincolnshire Parent Carer Forum
admin@lincspcf.org.uk Tel 07925 232466  LPCF, PO Box 1183, Spalding, PE11 9EE
Registered Charity No. 1141060 * ICO Registration Z1810966

Week of SEND 2021

LCC SEND Employment Project (Employers forum)
Organisation Logo Presentation by - Scott
The Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) Team at Lincolnshire County Council has embarked on an Employment project.

The project is aimed at embedding an employment pathway into our special school's existing Post-16 curriculum offer, which significantly increases young people's chances of obtaining paid employment upon leaving education.

The project aims to create opportunities; not only for our young people to enter the world of work but also for local businesses to develop and grow themselves in breaking down barriers associated with disability. They are working with schools to develop realistic and aspirational pathways for our young people to follow as they prepare for adulthood.

In addition, a SEND Employers Forum has also been created to develop a support network for employers, educators and other key stakeholders to benefit young people with additional needs across the county. The Forum is an opportunity to discuss and overcome challenges, explore new and innovative ways of working, drawing upon the skills and expertise around the table to promote and increase Supported Internships across Lincolnshire.


  Contact(s):- Scott /   Email:- scott.eley@lincolnshire.gov.uk   Tel:- 07557 214082
Lincolnshire Parent Carer Forum
Organisation Logo Presentation by - John
Lincolnshire Parent Carer Forum is the official independent parent carer forum in our county and represents parents and carers of family members with disabilities and Special Educational Needs (SEN).

We are tasked by the Department for Education in the SEND Code of Practice(2015) to work alongside Education, Health & Care to help improve the quality , range and accessibility of services. We host coffee mornings and events around the County.

Please see our website events page for more information.

We are always on the look out for volunteers to help with our work.
  Email:- admin@lincspcf.org.uk   Mob:- 07925 232466   Web:- www.lincspcf.org.uk
Lincolnshire Young Voices
Organisation Logo Presentation by - Jo & Emma
Lincolnshire Young Voices is a newly formed group of young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) who provide a voice for young people in the county.

The group is aimed at young people with SEND aged 11-25 years.
NHS Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGS)
Organisation Logo Presentation by - Russell
Russell Outen-Coe is the Designated Clinical Officer (DCO) for Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND).

  • He is representing Lincolnshire’s Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) which are part of the National Health Service (NHS).
  • There are 211 Clinical Commissioning Groups in England.
  • The CCGs bring together your local Doctors (GPs) and other health professionals (like nurses and therapists) to plan, buy and oversee the quality of the health care services in your area.
  • They aim to improve your health services and respond to the health needs of everyone in the area by including patients and the public when we make decisions.
  • Children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disability need really good support across Education, Health and Social Care to help them to be the best that they can be.

He is here to ask you some questions and listen to what you say, to help the NHS make positive decisions around your health services in the future.
  Tel:- 01522 513355 ext. 5461
NHS Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trust’s Children’s Therapy Services
Organisation Logo Presentation by - Abi
Lincolnshire Community Health Services (LCHS) Children’s Therapy Service comprises Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Speech and Language Therapy.

The service works across Lincolnshire with children and young people, aged 0-19, who have disabilities or speech and language problems.

It works with children and young people with varying degrees of need at universal, targeted and specialist level. Each service has its own commissioned referral criteria.
  Web:- www.ulh.nhs.uk