All of our education and health services are available to local authorities, including:
Many of our professionals have experience working with local authorities.
We work in partnership with local authorities to provide services to complement existing provision or to boost provision during busy periods or staff absences. We also have an open referral policy meaning that we can work with children and young people who do not meet local authority thresholds for support services.
Local authorities can commission our services on a standalone basis, an ongoing basis, or on a caseload basis through a bespoke agreement. All of our education and health services can be commissioned under a single agreement.
Local authorities can refer to EHP as an organisation and via individuals. Our referral process is simple and can be done through emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 0330 088 8408.
There are many benefits of using EHP within a local authority as we:
We work with children and young people, aged 0-25, who have all levels and areas of special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND).
Our services can take place at school, in our clinics or in the community depending on the circumstances. Ideally we like to provide our services in education settings to maximise the impact and reduce absences.
Local authorities could require input from EHP for a variety of reasons, including areas of specialism, staff absence or increased workloads. When it comes to co-ordinating a multidisciplinary team, EHP makes the process smooth.
EHP provides a broad range of specialist education and health services to local authorities. To find out more or to arrange an appointment please email email@example.com or call 0330 088 8408.
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