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  1. Redbridge education support services

    Redbridge Council Children’s Services department provides a wide range of statutory services including family support, early intervention and support to services for early years settings, schools and colleges. Support for children and young people with SEND attending a setting, school or college are mainly provided…
  2. Redbridge Information Advice & Support Service (RIASS)

    Redbridge Information, Advice and Support Service (RIASS (IAS/Information Advice and Support)) is here to offer a free and impartial service to children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and their parents or carers. What help you can get and how long you…
  3. The SEND Library

    Welcome to the SEND Library - where you will find details of everything else that is SEND related, including: General Organisations: local and national SEND services that cater for a range of needs and disabilities. Organisations for specific needs: local and national SEND services that cater…
  4. Social Care - Children with Disabilities Team

    Social work embraces work in a number of sectors (public, private, independent, and voluntary); it takes place in a number of settings, area offices, residential homes/schools, and community based resources. The primary task of social work is extremely varied.  Practitioners prepare for and work with…
  5. Special Schools in Redbridge

    Redbridge has five dedicated special schools and a further eleven schools in the borough that cater for pupils with special educational needs & disabilities. Please click on the individual school for further information and to find out how each school can support children and young people…
  6. Specialist education and outreach services (S.E.a.T.S.S)

    The Specialist Education and Training Support Service (S.E.a.T.S.S.) has been formed by combining existing specialist outreach services from across Redbridge to create one coordinated service that supports children and young people aged from 0-25 years; it also links closely with health and other professionals.  As a…
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