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Looking for work and Disability Confident

Looking for work and Disability Confident When you're looking for work, look for the 'disability confident employer' symbol on adverts and application forms. The symbol means the employer is committed to employing disabled people. If a job advert displays the symbol, you'll be guaranteed an interview if…

Media use and attitudes report 2019 (Children and parents)

This Ofcom published report examines children’s media literacy. It provides detailed evidence on media use, attitudes and understanding among children and young people aged 5-15, as well as about the media access and use of young children aged 3-4. The report also includes findings relating…

Mencaps Young Peoples Guide to the SEND Reforms

Mencap have produced an easy read document for young people to explain the SEND reforms.  Take a look in the downloads section of this page.  

Middlesbrough Schools List

Parents asked if we could provide them with an easy link to the Middlesbrough schools with their contact details. You can download and print the list of Middlesbrough Schools here This includes primary and secondary schools (mainstream and special schools) and notes if a mainstream school…

Middlesbrough Tribunal Guidance

Middlesbrough SEND Assessment team have produced a guidance document to help explain what to expect when there is a need to go to tribunal. The guidance can be downloaded from the bottom righthand download section of this page.

Middlesbroughs EHCP Template

We have developed in consultation with parents, schools and our health and social care colleagues our Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) template document. You can view dowload this template document from the bottom right hand-side of this page. You can also find copy of the Middlesbrough EHCP…

Money Advice and Support within Middlesbrough.

You can download a list of free money advice and support services in Middlesbrough from the right handside of this page. 

Moving from CAMHS to adult services

Transitions from CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services) to adult services   From the age of 17.5 years each young person who is under CAMHS will gradually move to the adult services. This should be a smooth, seamless process. Within Tees, Esk and Wear…

Moving from Childrens to Adults Health Services

Transition from children’s services to adults should be a smooth, seamless process during which young people and their families feel supported and confident that their care will continue to be delivered to the standard they expect. For many young people with long term conditions, the…

NHS Start 4 Life

NHS Service. Sign up to receive regular emails and/or text messages tailored to your stage of pregnancy or child's age. They cover a range of topics, including your baby's development, preparing for labour, coping with sleepless nights, looking after your own health, choosing childcare, making…
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