Salford Learning Support Service have set up an email hotline for parents to use for advice and support with SEND pupils. The emails primary purpose is to signpost parents to areas of support to services such as: Educational Psychology, SEN Team, SIASS, Primary Inclusion Team (PIT) amongst others.
The link for the email address and info for parents is here- https://www.salford.gov.uk/people-communities-and-local-information/coronavirus/information-and-resources-for-parents-and-carers-looking-after-babies-and-children/
The email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
The email will be monitored by a member of LSS on each day however parents should be aware that the person monitoring my not be the ‘expert’ in their child’s needs on that day. The teacher monitoring the email will signpost the parent to the appropriate person.
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If you are a parent of a child with SEND, then St John Vianney in Stretford have asked us to make you aware of what they can offer your child.
St John Vianney RC School is a non-maintained Special School with children aged 5-19, all of whom have EHCP’s. The school has an excellent record, particularly of working with children with Autism and is nationally accredited for their high quality provision.
The school website has a copy of the prospectus for any prospective parents who would like to find out more about the school.
CAMHS for young people, carers and professionals bringing together lots of helpful resources from across the internet that are available to help support mental health and well-being.
Have updated their website to include advice, information and resources to support and manage wellbeing in this current situation.
The information and resources cover the following:
- Children, young people and families
- Digital mental health resources
- Learning disability and autism
- Older people and carers
- Looking after your mental health and wellbeing
If you feel your child needs more support with their emotional help. Please use the following information to access additional support and resources.
Emotional Health Directory of Services
The Emotional Health Service Directory has been developed to support anyone working or volunteering with children and young people. The directory will help you access useful information about different types of resources and services that are available to support children and young people's emotional health and well-being and to provide guidance when making a referral into services.
Please follow the link below to find the directory;
The latest version (Jan 2020) is now available in the downloadable documents below: