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Days Out - Local
https://localoffer.northlincs.gov.uk/children-and-young-people/children-and-young-people-activities/days-out-local/

…clicking on the ‘SEND’ tag. You can also access Short Breaks. These provide an opportunity for a disabled child or young person (0-18 years old) to take part in free… Continue Reading Days Out – Local

Complex Behaviour
https://localoffer.northlincs.gov.uk/parents-and-carers/emotional-health-and-wellbeing/complex-behaviour/

…Can I tell you about Autism? A guide for friends, family members and professionals by Jude Welton (2014) (for readers 7 years plus) Different Like Me: My Book of Autism… Continue Reading Complex Behaviour

Youth Counselling
https://localoffer.northlincs.gov.uk/parents-and-carers/emotional-health-and-wellbeing/counselling/

…25 year olds. For children under 13 years old, please talk to your child’s school or GP. Please also see related pages and useful links section below. How can counselling… Continue Reading Youth Counselling

Personal Budgets CYP
https://localoffer.northlincs.gov.uk/children-and-young-people/personal-budgets-cyp/

…need some extra help with learning things. you are aged between 16 and 25 years old AND you are getting an Education, Health and Care plan then you can ask… Continue Reading Personal Budgets CYP

Learning Disability and Sensory Team
https://localoffer.northlincs.gov.uk/parents-and-carers/complex-disability-team/

The Learning Disability and Sensory Team work within North Lincolnshire providing assessments and support for: disabled young adults (up to 25 years old) adults with a learning disability those with… Continue Reading Learning Disability and Sensory Team

Young Carer
https://localoffer.northlincs.gov.uk/parents-and-carers/young-carer/

What is a young carer? A young carer is a person under 18 years old who regularly cares for a family member with: a physical disability mental health problem drug… Continue Reading Young Carer

Supporting young people who are released from custody
https://localoffer.northlincs.gov.uk/parents-and-carers/getting-help/youth-offending/

Young people (between 10 and 18 years old) who are sentenced to custody are sent to secure centres for young people, not to adult prisons. Someone from the North Lincolnshire… Continue Reading Supporting young people who are released from custody