Integrated Services for Learning (ISL) is a team of specialists that work with children and young people who have a range of additional and special educational needs or disabilities (SEND).
ISL works with schools, settings, families and a wide range of other professionals in health and social care to help children and young people aged 0-25, succeed in their learning and be well prepared for adult life.
This includes direct intervention with individuals as well as the provision of advice and support.
Learn more about the services provided by ISL.
Integrated Services for Learning works through 4 integrated area teams across the county:
all of which provide a range of support services.
How to access an ISL service
To access advice and support about individual children from any of our teams in ISL, a Service Request form (SR) must be completed. Requests for Education, Health and Care assessments are separate and must go through the established Hertfordshire process.
The ISL teams will also contribute to multi-agency assessments and support for children and families as part of early help called Families First.