Carers’ Support Service
In Summer 2018 the North East Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group will be required to re-tender for the North East Lincolnshire Carers’ Support Service (currently being delivered at 1 Town Hall Square, Grimsby). The Carers’ Support Service is the main support service for carers, providing a range of services as follows:
As a part of this process, they are seeking your views either as carers, staff members working with carers or as members of the wider community. They want to know what you think about:
You can complete the carers’ questionnaire online using the following link to give your views https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/B5RNMDF
If you are a staff member:
Working with carers, you can complete the professionals’ questionnaire online using the link https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/GZ78RQS
If you are a community member and have thoughts to share on local carers support services, please contact Amy Tristman on 0300 3000 649 or email@example.com.
Hard copies of the questionnaires and freepost return envelopes are also available by contacting Amy Tristman on 0300 3000 649 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note, the deadline for feedback via all routes is 02.02.2018.
North East Lincolnshire SENDIASS
Every Local Authority in England and Wales has a duty to provide a SENDIASS Service which will provide impartial and confidential information and advice on SEN (special educational needs) matters to young people and parents/carers of children with SEN in their area” (SEN Code of Practice).
North East Lincolnshire has chosen to strengthen the impartiality of their service by working in partnership with Barnardo’s. Whilst our service is funded by both partners, it is Barnardo’s who employ the staff and run the service. Our aim is to provide a range of flexible services for young people and the parents/carers of children who have or may have special educational needs (SEN). Above all, we seek to empower young people and parents/carers so they can play an active and informed role in their own/child’s education, in partnership with their own/child’s school and/or the local authority.
Our service is free to all young people and parents/carers of children with a special educational need living in North East Lincolnshire.
We are also available to provide information, advice and training to schools/colleges/other settings particularly SEN co-ordinators and SEN governors.