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

Healthwatch Lincolnshire
Organisation Logo Presentation by - Tim - Learning Disability Health checks
Healthwatch Lincolnshire is an Independent Champion for patients with any concerns relating to Health or Social Care.

All comments; positive or negative are collated and sent to the providers (no patient details are included.)

They also offer a signposting service should you not be aware of what to do, or where to go.


  Email:- Info@healthwatchlincolnshire.co.uk   Tel:- 01205 820892   Web:- www.healthwatchlincolnshire.co.uk
Kids
Organisation Logo Presentation by - Jade
KIDS is a national charity supporting disabled children, young people and their families.

Established in 1970, they work with thousands of families across the country each year, providing a wide range of services.

They recognise that in order to support a disabled child, they must also support their family and through their services they aim to do that.

KIDS Positive Activities is a county wide service commissioned by Lincolnshire County Council to deliver fun sessions for children with disabilities age 5 -18 years.
  Email:- Kids.lincolnshire@kids.org.uk   Tel:- 01522 542937   Web:- www.kids.org.uk
LCC Dyslexia Outreach
Organisation Logo Presentation by - Helen
Dyslexia Outreach is a county-wide service provided by Lincolnshire County Council. The team consists of two specialist teachers who have a wealth of expert knowledge and experience in teaching and supporting students with Dyslexia and literacy/maths difficulties, across the Primary and Secondary phases and beyond.

Dyslexia Outreach offer support, advice and training within schools. They also work closely with parents, supporting and advising through helpline and email contact, this is a free service for parents.

Reassurance and advice can be offered to help develop understanding of literacy and learning difficulties. This includes how to support to children to develop literacy and learning skills through home strategies, transition advice, signposting to other services and available resources

  Contact(s):- Odette Read: North / Helen Lane: South   Email:-  odette.read@lincolnshire.gov.uk : helen.lane@lincolnshire.gov.uk   Tel:- 07778 534478 (Odette)   Mob:- 07823 535473 (Helen)
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.
Siblinks Support group
Organisation Logo Presentation by - Naomi
My primary aim for setting up Siblinks is to offer a structured block of support groups specifically for siblings of disabled children.

It will be a safe environment for them to talk freely about their experiences as a sibling and the mixed feelings that provokes.

There will also be esteem building activities, a chance for them to do activities that aren't easy for them to do at home such as arts, crafts or just play games with other children. The most important thing I feel though is to give these children an opportunity to meet other children in similar situations to themselves. Having other children they can relate to will help relieve their feelings of isolation and possibly lead to lasting friendships.

As the mum of 2 remarkable children, one of severely autistic, I have seen 1st hand the detrimental impact his disabilities & needs have had on my daughter and my relationship with her. I also have friends with SEN children and their siblings are in exactly the same situation as my daughter. Our SEN childs 'needs' have to come before our other child's 'wants'.
Travel Counsellors
Organisation Logo Presentation by - Sheila
Expert travel planners, who help tailor and book your perfect holiday
The service is also focused on making the world accessible to people of all abilities.

With a level of personal experience you can be confident that I will understand your needs and provide a specialist travel service that is second to none. Whatever your additional access, mobility, sensory or cognitive requirements might be... and wherever in the world you wish to go

  Contact(s):- Sheila Stamp /   Email:- sheila.stamp@travelcounsellors.com   Tel:- 01522 719190   Web:- www.travelcounsellors.co.uk