Services provided by Hertfordshire County Council for children, young people with special educational needs and disabilities, and their families.
Hertfordshire service for children and young people that have special educational needs and disabilities.
Our service for children and young people that have disabilities, working with you from when you first need social care support up until the person with a disability is 25.
This includes central attendance team and employment for young people.
A specialist service with experience and further qualifications in autism, speech and language and special needs. Offering advice and support to those that work with children with learning difficulties.
A specialist team for children and young people who have combined sight and hearing loss. They work with children and young people up to the age of 18.
Educational Psychologists (EPs) provide psychological advice to children and young people within the 0-19 age range, or up to the age of 25 if the young person has an Education, Health and Care Plan
ESMA supports schools that have pupils who are temporarily unable to attend school for medical reasons, and work towards getting the pupil back into school life as soon as possible
A team of qualified specialists who work closely with parents and professionals to support children and young people from birth to 25 with hearing problems.
Hertfordshire Steps is Hertfordshire's preferred approach to behaviour management and forms part of the Behaviour Strategy
Specialist advice services working to support children and young people with difficulties accessing or participating in learning.
A specialist team for children and young people who have physical and neurological conditions or injury.
The Speech, Language and Communication Needs (SLCN) team offer support to Hertfordshire settings where a parent or professional has concerns about a child or young person’s development in this area
A team of qualified specialists who work closely with parents and professionals to support children and young people from birth to 25 with sight problems.