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Lincolnshire Parent Carer Forum
Lincolnshire Parent Carer Forum
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Week of SEND 2021

Bridge House Independent School
Organisation Logo Presentation by - Jade
Bridge House Independent School is a SEMH setting, with three schools based in Boston: the Grantham Road Campus, Carlton Road Campus and Great Fen Road Campus.

They pride themselves in supporting Key Stage 2, 3, 4 and 5 (7-18 years) pupils who disengage from education or (for whatever reason) find themselves outside of mainstream school.

They share the Government’s commitment in helping children achieve more and are fully committed to Safeguarding.

  Email:- admin@bridgehouseindependentschool.co.uk   Tel:- 01205 369111   Web:- bridgehouseschool.co.uk
Community Learning in Partnership (CLIP)
Organisation Logo Presentation by - Katie
CLIP Community Learning in Partnership (CLIP) has a clear goal of widening participation in learning by people from rural, coastal and isolated communities.

They work, with equal commitment, with young people aged 16-18 years who have under-achieved at school and with adults who are looking to refresh their skills – for personal development, family, higher education or work. CLIP is also committed to supporting people who have experienced mental health difficulties.

Through their Learning Minds project, they are developing a "recovery approach" through a series of courses on mental health and well-being.

CLIP now works with over 2000 learners a year and has over 40 staff and tutors. Most of their work is located in their community learning centres in Mablethorpe, Market Rasen and Gainsborough. Most of the programmes are publicly-funded and therefore open to quality inspection by Ofsted and other bodies. They were inspected in October 2017 gaining a Grade 2 - Good.

They have a wide range of opportunities available including:
  • Study Programmes for 16-18s including work preparation, personal/social skills, Maths and English
  • Community Learning for interest and personal development in a wide range of subjects, including Mental Health First Aid, Makaton and Introduction to Counselling
  • ICT for beginners and improvers
  • Accredited courses in a variety of vocational areas such as L2 Certificates in Understanding Autism, Mental Health Awareness and Counselling, Job search and work-related skills for people looking for work
  • English and Maths from Entry Level to GCSE
  • Teacher training

  Contact(s):- Katie Easey /   Email:- katie@cliplearning.com   Tel:- 01673 843489   Web:- www.cliplearning.com
Inclusion 21
Organisation Logo Presentation by - Paul
Day centre for adults with Autism & Learning disabilities.
We are Lincoln's new Day Centre.

We are a privately run day centre for adults with Learning Disabilities and Autism, aged 18 and over. We provide person centred support within a safe and fun environment. We look to promote personal development, social and independent living skills in a setting where everyone and everybody feels welcome.

We're open Monday to Friday, 9am to 4pm, 49 weeks a year.

Activities we cover range from baking, sports, dance, arts & crafts, bowling, golf, nature walks, lift skills, discos, team building exercises, cinema trips, drama sessions and more!

We love our centre, and we are committed to ensure everybody who attends Inclusion21 loves it too.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to get in touch.
  Contact(s):- Megan / Paul   Email:- megan@inclusion21.co.uk: Paul@inclusion21.co.uk   Mob:- 07469 828584   Web:- www.inclusion21.co.uk/
LCC Transitions
Organisation Logo Presentation by - Elita
Transitions Quality and Audit Officer
Quality and Standards Team Children Services Lincolnshire. County Council

I work in partnership with schools, colleges, as well as internal and external agencies , supporting children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities in transitions and preparing for adulthood.

Although I am not in a key-working role; I can offer information, advice and guidance on transitions planning in individual complex cases.

I attend parent evenings, open events and any parent carer events across the county. I sit on various working groups including the Local Offer, Autism Service Provision Group and the Children and Young People Operational Group for children and young people in care. I meet on a quarterly basis with Operational Leads of the colleges and Transitions Coordinators in the special schools.

My role also involves quality review and monitoring of the transitions planning process.

  Contact(s):- Elita Cozens /   Email:- Elita.Cozens@lincolnshire.gov.uk
Organisation Logo Presentation by - Jonathan
Part of the Office for Students Uni Connect Project, LiNCHigher works with over forty schools, six colleges, two universities and a number of community groups across Lincolnshire, to break down barriers and obstacles for young people in accessing Higher Education.
  Email:- linchigher.co.uk   Web:- linchigher@bishopg.ac.uk
NRS Healthcare
Organisation Logo Presentation by - Melanie
NRS Healthcare work in conjunction with Lincolnshire County Council to provide technology enabled care services across Lincolnshire.

NRS have a dedicated technology enabled care team including Occupational Therapists who can provide advice and support to parent carers. They can discuss specific situations with parent carers and their desired outcomes and requirements and help with the appropriate combination of equipment to meet these.

There is a technology enabled care website which parent carers can refer to www.nrstelecare.co.uk/lincolnshire which is supported by a dedicated helpline 01476 852492 (option 1).

Their team can also come and talk to groups about how technology enabled care can help their members.

  Email:- customerservice@nrshealthcare.co.uk   Tel:- 0345 121 8111   Web:- www.nrshealthcare.co.uk/