If you have concerns for your child's physical, emotional or social/communication development or for your own needs, a referral maybe useful to seek support from an external agency.

Here is a list of some of the agencies school can help you refer to..

  • Behaviour Support Service (Behaviour difficulties driven by Social, Emotional and Mental Health Needs)
  • Early Years Foundation Stage Consultant (Early Education funding)
  • Education Psychologist (Complex learning development and well-being needs)
  • Ethnic Diversity Services (Support for English as an additional language, promoting equality and diversity)
  • Healthy Young Minds (Emotional and psychological well-being)
  • Mosiac (Substance misuse support)
  • Occupational Therapy (Disabilities/sensory processing difficulties) 
  • Parenting Team (Parenting course/sleep advice)
  • Primary Jigsaw (Improve emotional well-being and educational opportunities)
  • SALT (Speech and Language)
  • School Age Plus Worker (Incredible Years programme)
  • School Nursing Team (Continence/screening/medical conditions/emotional health)
  • Sensory Support Services (Supporting children and families who are deaf or have a visual impairment)
  • Stockport Autism Team (Support for children with autism and their families)
  • Stockport Inclusion Team (Supporting children with complex needs)
  • YOS (Supporting children and young people from 8 years who are involved in anti-social behaviour and /or at risk of offending or re-offending)

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