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Early Help

Early Help  The term Early Help is used to describe the process of taking action early and as soon as possible to tackle problems and issues emerging for children, young people and their families. Effective help may be needed for at any point in a…

You said, we did (Local Offer)

What you've told us so far We regularly publish feedback received and on this page can see a selection of recent 'You Said, We Did' reports. We also produce an annual report on the Local Offer and you can see the most recent annual report…

SEND Information Hub (Local Offer)

The SEND Information Hub (Local Offer) gives children and young people with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND) and their families information about support and services in Peterborough. COVID-19 We are currently receiving a lot of updates relating to SEND and COVID-19 from a variety of local…

Peterborough City Council Sensory (Hearing/Vision) and Physical Support Service (Local Offer)

The Sensory and Physical Support Service at Peterborough City Council is part of the SEN and Inclusion Service (SENI).   We are a team of specialist teachers and support staff.  We work to ensure children and young people who have a vision, hearing and/or physical disability:…

Families Information Service COVID-19 Information

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Peterborough City Council and Cambridgeshire County Council, in response to the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government direction, have launched a COVID-19 coordination hub to provide targeted support for those most at risk during the Coronavirus outbreak. The hub has a specific…

30 hours free childcare for working families

So what is the free childcare deal? In a nutshell, many working parents of 3 to 4-year-olds in England will be eligible for 30 hours of free childcare - rather than the current 15 hours. But the first thing you need to know is that…

Universal Health Services (Local Offer)

Peterborough has a wide range of health services for children and young people  including GPs, pharmacists, dentists, opticians and hospital services. These services are known as ‘universal’ because they are available to everyone.  To find your nearest service go to NHS Choices and enter your…

Specialist Health Services (Local Offer)

Children with special educational needs and disabilities will need support from different health services at different stages in their lives.  Some children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities will have more complex needs and may need more specialist services, also called ‘secondary…

Community Information (Adults)

On this area of the Peterborough Information Network you can find links to lots of useful information in the community. You can also find information on the Getting Out and About pages.

Short Breaks (Local Offer)

Short Breaks provide opportunities for children and young people with disabilities to spend time away from parents and carers within quality services.  Short Breaks also provide parents and carers with breaks from their caring responsibilities and facilitate quality of life by enabling families to access…
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