Just a reminder that there is an adjustment to the daily exercise & stay at home rules for people who have a specific condition need - this includes people with learning disabilities and autistic people who need to exercise more…
The Prime Minister has written a letter which will be sent to every household in the coming weeks. Here is an easy read version you can download. https://www. keepsafe. org. uk/pm-letter
The government has made temporary changes to the law on Education, Health and Care (EHC) needs assessments and plans.
A message from Kent County Council Public Health Commissioner Heather Randle: "The reality of this lockdown is challenging and can create anxiety for many. The constant news and information about COVID19 can feel overwhelming.
Dr Rachel Hussey has a series of talks that may be useful during stressful times, they can be viewed on youtube: Anxiety - https://www. youtube. com/watch?v=7qq4T11apVE Sleep - https://www. youtube. com/watch?v=fEyrB3lKjSk Emotional regulation and relationships - https://www. youtube. com/watch?v=PmMoRR-SBMw
The government has published new information, guidance and support for parents and carers of children who are learning at home: Guidance on supporting children age 2 to 4 Guidance on supporting Primary school children Guidance on supporting children with SEND
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the challenges vulnerable children and their families may be facing, Wellchild are offering a Direct Response Service to try and help you get the things you need.
Message from KCC SEN Assessment and Placement Team for parents who are making a request for a Statutory Education, Health and Care Needs Assessment We want to ensure that, as far as is possible, our services to children, young people and…
A Speach and Language Therapist has created a social story for Coronavirus - Getting Better in Hospital. We hope it will be helpful. You can open the pdf here.
KCC has set up Kent Deaf Interpreting Service (KDIS) to provide a range of communication services to people who are deaf or deafblind. Any public sector organisation in Kent can use the service.