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Learning Disability and Autism Partnerships for Children and Young People

The Learning Disability and Autism Partnerships aims to improve the lives of people with a learning disability and/or autism, including those with a mental health condition. There is a commitment to focus on increased support in the community by building on preventative support that will…

Living independently

Living independently means having choice and control over all aspects of your life. This might involve: choosing where you live enjoying time with family and friends taking part in leisure activities studying, training and working Living independently does not mean living alone without support. It…

Making a compliment, comment or complaint about Rutland County Council

Rutland County Council is committed to providing excellent services, and to delivering those services right first time for our customers. Where we succeed or exceed, we welcome feedback from customers who may wish to compliment us on our service. Alternatively, customers may wish to comment…

Making Your Voice Heard: Independent advocacy for adults

The Council will involve you in any decisions made about you and your care and support. If you are unable to or have difficulty being involved, then an independent advocate might be needed.

Mental Health and Wellbeing

It is common for people to experience changes in mood, stress levels and emotions, especially at times of change or when their physical health is impaired. Depending on the issues, there are many sources of support available. Some of these are listed below. Please be…

Mental health – find the support that’s right for you

It is common for people to experience changes in mood, stress levels and emotions, especially at times of change or when their physical health is impaired. Depending on the issues you are facing, there are many sources of support available If you want to find…

Message from the Early Help SEND and Inclusion service

As we start this latest lockdown, the Early Help SEND and Inclusion service continues to support families in Rutland, albeit sometimes in different ways. Some home visits will still take place, where these can be done safely and both parties are comfortable with these continuing.…

Moving to Adult Social Care

When you turn 18, you are no longer classed as a “child” but as an “adult”, and will receive help from Adult Social Care if needed. This can be scary for a lot of people who are not keen on changes, but they’re a really…

Neurodevelopment Improvement Programme

The Neurodevelopment (ND) Improvement Programme will improve the outcomes of children and young people with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) by identifying the resources committed to their diagnosis and care, agreeing opportunities for improvement and implementing new delivery, finance and…

Offer to children with disabilities and their families

This document outlines the services which are available to support children and young people with SEND and their families, including the thresholds for accessing services from the Children with Disabilities (CWD) social care service. The guidance outlines how the differing needs of children and young…
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