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Below is a list of questions we are frequently asked at EHP. If you can't find the answer to your question, please contact us.

About us

What do you do?

We provide specialist education and health services to education settings and organisations.

Who is in our team?

Our team is made up of a broad range of professionals. Individual profiles can be viewed here.

Which education and health professionals are on your team?

Our team is made up of professionals who are trained in:

  • Occupational therapy
  • Speech and language therapy
  • Physiotherapy
  • Dietetics
  • School nursing
  • Educational psychology
  • Clinical psychology
  • Counselling psychology
  • Mental health
  • Specialist teaching
  • SENCOs
  • Special educational needs

Where are you based?

We are based across the North West of England, in particular; Greater Manchester, Merseyside, Cheshire and Lancashire.

What are the costs?

Tailored to your needs, contact us for updated prices....

Who we work with?

Do we work with individuals?

We work with individuals, but we do not accept referrals from individuals without the association of an education setting, organisation or charity.

Do we work with schools?

We work with all types of schools, including:

  • Mainstream primary schools
  • Mainstream secondary schools
  • SEN schools
  • Pupil referral units (PRUs)
  • Academies and academy trusts
  • Independent schools
  • Free schools

Which education settings do we work with?

We work with all education settings, including:

  • Early years settings
  • Schools
  • Residential settings
  • Post-16 education settings

Do we work with health professionals?

We work with health professionals and accept referrals from health professionals. Find out more about how we work with health professionals.

Do we work with education professionals?

We work with education professionals and accept referrals from education professionals. Find out more about how we work with education professionals.

Do we work with charities?

We work with charities and accept referrals from charities. Find out more about how we work with charities.

Do we work with local authorities?

We work with local authorities and accept referrals from local authorities. Find out more about how we work with local authorities.

Do we work with clinical commissioning groups (CCGs)?

We work with clinical commissioning groups (CCGs)  and accept referrals from CCGs. Find out more about how we work with CCGs.

Do we work with case managers?

We work with case managers and accept referrals from case managers. Find out more about how we work with case managers.

Do we work with solicitors?

We work with solicitors and accept medicolegal requests from solicitors. Find out more about how we work with solicitors.


Who do we accept job applications from?

We accept job applications for a range of positions within our specialist education and health team, including:

  • Business and accounts managers
  • Child and adolescent mental health professionals
  • Clinical psychologists
  • Counselling psychologists
  • Dietitians
  • Disabled students' allowance assessors
  • Educational psychologists
  • Occupational therapists
  • Physiotherapists
  • School counsellors
  • School nurses
  • SENCOs
  • SEND consultants
  • Social workers
  • Specialist support assistants
  • Specialist teachers
  • Speech and language therapists
  • Trainee counsellors

Find out more here.

Which positions are available now?

Current job vacancies can be found on our Indeed page.

How do you apply for a role with us?

You can apply for a role with us via our Indeed page, or through emailing your CV and a cover letter to

Do we have part-time jobs available?

We offer flexible working, including part-time and term-time working only for specific roles. Our job adverts will specify whether the role can be part-time, term-time or full-time.

What's it like to work with us?

As a team we believe in achieving results and outcomes through efficient, evidence-based and practical solutions. As professionals we believe in sharing specialist expertise and knowledge to develop opportunities for all. Read more about careers at EHP.

I'd like to work with you, what do I do?

To work with us, either apply for a role through Indeed , or email with your CV and a cover letter.

Our approach

Do we work with other professionals?

We work with a broad range of professionals to provide a joined-up multidisciplinary service. Find out more about who we work with.

Do we work with groups?

We provide group work within education settings. We also provide training to groups from all areas of expertise and background.

Do we follow an assess, plan, do, review approach?

Our specialists follow an assess, plan, do, review approach as mentioned in the SEND code of practice (2015). There are occasions when all four stages are not completed by ourselves, but continued by an education setting or alternative professional. Read more about our approach.

Do we work with people who are seeing other professionals?

We carry out unrelated work with children and young people who are seeing other professionals, for example a child who is seeing a therapist for anxiety can also see us for occupational therapy support for their handwriting.

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