21 Info Week of SEND
Facebook Logo Link Twitter Logo Link Easyfundraising Logo link
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

Bid Services Lincolnshire
Organisation Logo Presentation by - Angela - Employment coach
Are a charity that work in partnership with children, young people, adults and their families and carers. They support people who are deaf, hard of hearing, visually impaired or have a dual sensory loss.

Bid Services run activities throughout Lincolnshire called Chance to Meets for families with children with sensory impairments. These events given families an opportunity to meet, socialise and share experiences. Activities include sports events, bowling, music sessions and sensory activities at local parks and nature reserves and much more!

They also have a specialist care and support service to help children, young people and adults with a sensory loss to maintain their independence and improve their lives. They have a team of support workers trained in Deaf and Visual Awareness, BSL and Deafblind communication and sighted guide.
BID services also has as an employment coach for people with sensory impairment.

  Contact(s):- Jorja / Angela (employment coach)   Email:- support@bidlincs.org.uk   Tel:- 01522 848295   Mob:- 07702939170 & 07783809801   Web:- www.bidlincs.org.uk
Home from Home Care
Organisation Logo Presentation by - Anna
Created by a Family to Make the Difference; Home From Home Care provides specialist residential care to adults (18+) with learning disabilities, autism and complex physical and mental health.

We design bespoke support packages and tailor environments to suit each individual’s needs. We use creative solutions and technology to promote independence and support individuals to lead fulfilled & active lives through meaningful activities – creating a world on their own terms.


  Email:- getintouch@homefromhomecare.com   Tel:- 0800 587 0372   Web:- www.homefromhomecare.com
LCC Young Peoples Learning Provision
Organisation Logo Presentation by - James
The Young People’s Learning Provision (YPLP) offers alternative education to any young person aged 16-19, or to age 24 if you have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP).

They work at seven different sites around the county: Boston, Grantham, Lincoln, Louth, Market Deeping, Skegness and Spalding. Young people come to them for lots of reasons, but all seeking the same thing - something a bit different, that offers support in the transition between education and adulthood.

They work at your pace, as quickly or as slowly as you need to go, and provide you with all you need to take those next steps - whether into employment, onto an apprenticeship, or into further education. With teachers, support workers, employment officers and job coaches, you will be well supported in every area of our work-based study programmes.

Your time will be spent improving your level of English and maths if needed, alongside gaining qualifications in ICT and Employability-related subjects. You will also follow your own individualised programme of study designed around your needs and focusing on the skills needed for Adulthood, such as, employability, communication skills, team work, independent living skills, community inclusion and so much more.
  Email:- yplp@lincolnshire.gov.uk   Tel:- 01476 592169
Lincoln College Group
Organisation Logo Presentation by - Aimie & Michelle
Lincoln College Group consists of Lincoln, Gainsborough and Newark Colleges, which train 11,000 school leavers and adults a year across professional and industry courses, apprenticeships, A levels and Higher Education.

For more than 130 years they have been adding recognised economic and social value across the Region. Working with more than 1,200 local businesses in the East Midlands, they train 4,200 apprentices a year across a range of delivery models to meet employers’ specific needs. They pride themselves on being the most responsive training provider in the region.

Lincoln College Group is a not-for-profit charity. Unlike private training providers, their profit does not go to shareholders.
  Email:- studentservices@lincolncollege.ac.uk   Tel:- 01522 876000   Web:- www.lincolncollege.ac.uk/employers
Linkage Community Trust
Organisation Logo Presentation by - Sarah
Linkage Community Trust is a charity delivering high-quality specialist education, day services, care, employment and support services for people with learning disabilities.

Their vision is that people with learning difficulties and disabilities have opportunities and choice, and are supported to achieve their aspirations.

They support and encourage individuals to make decisions about their own lives and enable them to develop skills and behaviours to live the life they choose based on their talents and abilities.
  Email:- transition@linkage.org.uk   Tel:- 01472 372310/372303   Web:- www.linkage.org.uk
Penderels Trust
Organisation Logo Presentation by - Tammy
Penderels Trust is a charity providing direct payment support services to adults and children with disabilities and long term health conditions.

They provide these services under contract to Lincolnshire County Council. Their friendly and experienced independent living advisers in the Lincolnshire team work with many families with children with disabilities in the county.

A direct payment can make a real difference to a family and doesn’t need to be complicated. They will support you from the very start, making sure your family gets the most from your care and support package, with the peace of mind that we are always there to support you if you need them.

  Contact(s):- Ms Jayne Fox /   Email:- jayne@pelicantrust.org   Tel:- 01526 833803   Web:- www.penderelstrust.org.uk   Twitter:- www.twitter.com/the_pttp