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Rochford Extended Services

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rochford extended services support groups & courses

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Parent Consultation Sessions

for advice & guidance

 

Behaviour/ reluctance to go to school/ family & relationship breakdown/ debt/ housing/ bereavement/ additional needs

The list is endless!

 

Rochford Extended Services have experienced, qualified Family Support Workers who can help, support and offer advice and guidance.

 

Would you like a face to face chat over coffee?  

 

1st Tuesday of the month (term time only)

families can meet with us on a 1:1 basis

 

 

 4th June, 2nd July 2019

 

       

9 am – 12 pm

1:1 appointments  

 

 

                                     Call Patsy Alphons-Peer

on: 07787 259342

to book an appointment  

 

Motivated Mums

Are you a mum who has been feeling a bit 'down' recently, or suffer with stress?

 

Finding your childrens behaviour

difficult to manage?

 

Why not join us for a coffee, a chat and make some new friends?! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday Mornings

9.30 - 11.30am

@ The King Edmund School

in the RES Offices, during Term-Time

 

Contact Kim Chant for details

01702 545771 ext;3226

 

Thursday;

10am - 12noon

@ The King Edmund School  

Rochford SS4 1TL

 

11th July

 

 

Tuesday: 

10am - 12noon

@Down Hall Primary School

Brooklyn Drive, Rayleigh

 

21st May

 

(No June Group)

stressed out

 

 

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Rochford Extended Services in

Partnership with Sanctuary Housing

The Essex SEND Information, Advice and Support Service provides information, advice and support on the telephone or in person.

 

We work with parents and carers of children and young people with special educational needs or a disability and with disabled children and young people, and those with SEN, up to the age of 25.

 

We can also advise on processes relating to health and social care.

 

We are an impartial, confidential service and operate at arms

length from the Local Authority.

 

Referrals can be made by a parent/carer/child/young person

themselves or anyone who has their permission.

 

We can help by:

• explaining how education settings can support children and

young people with special educational needs/a disability

• listening to your concerns and explaining what options are

available

• supporting you where required at meetings and visits to

education settings

• working with education settings, local authority staff and

other agencies to develop positive relationships with

parents/carers

• establishing links with voluntary organisations and support

groups

• guiding you through the Education, Health and Care Needs

assessment process

• enabling you to be included in discussions with education

settings and the local authority where a child or young

person is at risk of exclusion or has been excluded

• assist in navigating the Local Authority’s Local Offer Portal

and signposting to relevant agencies where appropriate

• consulting parents, children and young people and ensuring

their views influence the development of local policy

and practice for children and young people with special

educational needs/a disability.

In addition we provide access to Independent Support and also to an Independent SEN Mediation service:

 

Families InFocus (Essex) is an independent, parent-led charity providing a range of support to families of children with disabilities and special needs across Essex.

Tel: 01245 353575

Web: www.familiesinfocusessex.org.uk

 

Global Mediation provides an independent SEN mediation service for disagreements between parents/carers, young people and the local authority or an education setting.

Call Global on: 0800 064 4488

Email: sen@globalmediation.co.uk

www.kooth.com  

 

is a free, confidential, safe and anonymous way for young people aged 11-19th birthday to ask for help from a team of highly qualified and experienced counsellors and support workers. This is a service that has been commissioned by Southend, Essex & Thurrock CCGs, for all young people who live in Southend, Essex & Thurrock to be able to access.

 

Kooth.com is a well-established, award winning online counselling agency and is accredited by The British Association of Psychotherapy and Counselling (BACP).  Founded in 2001, they are leading pioneers of online counselling in the UK, having won a number of prestigious awards.

It is a transformational lifeline that has successfully helped and continues to reach the very vulnerable, many of whom would never have access to face-to-face counselling.

 

KOOTH service includes:

•drop in chats with counsellors;

•booked 1:1 chats with a counsellor;

•themed message forums;

•secure web-based email;

•articles regarding mental health.

 

https://xenzone.com/kooth/

for information about Kooth

 

https://kooth.com/

for the site for young people

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Rochford Extended Services in

Partnership with the Brickfield Trust

 

Parent/Carers Group

Offering advice & guidance

 

Behaviour difficulties / reluctance to go to school/ family & relationship breakdown/ debt/ housing/ bereavement/ additional needs / Mental Health and emotional wellbeing.

The list is endless!

 

Rochford Extended Services in partnership with the Brickfield Trust will be offering a group for parents/carers once a month. This group will be hosted by either a family support worker from Rochford Extended Services or/and a school member of staff. They will be there to offer support and guidance on many issues that families may be experiencing.

 

It will also give parents/carers the opportunity to meet with one another to offer support, information and guidance.

 

Refreshments will be provided.  

Held on the 3rd Monday of the month

(term time only)

 

Dates: 20th May, 17th June, 15th July 2019

Time: 9.30 am – 11am

 

Venue; Great Wakering Primary School

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