21 Info Week of SEND
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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

County Care Independent Living Ltd
Organisation Logo Presentation by - Helena
County Care is widely regarded as one of the most respected, innovative providers of support for people with learning disabilities, autism and mental health throughout Lincolnshire , Surrey, and West Sussex.

They are committed to providing high quality, person centred services which promote the independence, choice and inclusion of the people they support.

They have an excellent track record for the delivery of services which are truly personalised.
The services provided are

Day Services Monday – Friday 9am – 4pm at their centres in Holbeach and Skegness

Registered with the Care Quality Commission –

Support in the community for Children and Younger Adults
Head Office is situated in Skegness.

  Email:- info@countycare.co.uk   Tel:- 01754 611153   Web:- www.countycare.co.uk/
LCC Children with Disabilities Social Work Team
Organisation Logo Presentation by - Sonia - Adults Social Care

Lincolnshire County Council’s Children with Disabilities Team are part of the Special Education Need and Disability Service.

The social work team provides a statutory service for children and young people with a severe and profound disability.

Services may be available to those that are eligible after being subject of a social care assessment.

  Tel:- 01522 782111
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 Sensory Services
Organisation Logo Presentation by - Amanda
Lincolnshire Sensory services provides specialist services for anyone in Lincolnshire living with sight and/or hearing loss.

The team and service understand the practical and emotional challenges that people with sensory loss can face in their everyday lives and, through their work, they focus on promoting independence, wellbeing and accessibility.

They aim to help people maintain independence and dignity in every aspect of their lives.

LSS also work closely with carers families and other professionals to increase their understanding of the impact of sensory loss and to assist them to build a wide network of support

Lincolnshire Wolds Community Trust - The Avenue
Organisation Logo Presentation by - Anita
Offers personalised day services for young people with complex needs, to develop skills around independence, communication, through ensuring they have a voice and choice, to work on their aspirations.

The Avenue's vision is to ensure that each individual is supported to make decisions about their lives based around areas of interest and strengths.

Community inclusion activities play a large role within the offer.


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.