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Children's Health Service 0-19

The Children's Health Service 0-19 offers health visiting and nurses for school aged children.  Health Visitors Health Visitors support children and their family from the antenatal period until the child reaches the end of their Reception year (0 to 6 years).  Health Visitors are trained…

Children's Integrated Commissioning for Education, Health and Care Services in Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire County Council (LCC) and the Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) are committed to improving and transforming our education, health and care services for children and young people (CYP) with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) to ensure that all children in Lincolnshire get the…

CHIP Training

1. Staying Safe 2. Child Home Injury Prevention (CHIP) Scheme 3. CHIP Training 4. Children's Centres Campaigns Resources 3.CHIP Training Parent education plays an important role in preventing child accidents in the home. Staff and volunteers working with families are in a great position to…

Choosing and Applying for a School

1. Education SEN and D 2. Applying for a School 3. Applying for a Special School 4. Support from the School 5. Concerns about Progress 2. Applying for a Mainstream School All mainstream school applications if you live in Lincolnshire are done through the Lincolnshire…

Choosing Childcare

1. Childcare Providers 2. Types of Childcare Available 3. When Should You Look For Childcare? 4. Choosing Childcare 5. Help With Childcare Costs 6. Registered and Unregistered Childcare 7. Childcare outside Lincolnshire     8. Childcare for School aged Children 4. Choosing Childcare Choosing the best…

Cinema Card

The CEA Card is a national card scheme developed for UK cinemas by the UK Cinema Association (UKCA), formerly the Cinema Exhibitors' Association (CEA). The scheme was introduced in 2004 and is one of the ways for participating cinemas to ensure they make reasonable adjustments…

Clinical commissioning groups (CCGs)

Lincolnshire is covered by four NHS clinical commissioning groups (known as CCGs). A CCG brings together local GP practices as members of the organisation and, alongside other NHS workers, it plans and helps to shape local health services for the people who are registered as…

Collective Ownership

1. Transitions 2. Housing options 3. Collective Ownership 3. Collective Ownership Parents can join together when they feel there is no suitable accommodation locally, this is known as collective ownership. By joining together, they can pool resources and develop a new service for young people to…

College

1. Post 16 Education 2. College 3. Search for Local Colleges 2. College Colleges are similar to sixth form, but they are much bigger, and do not follow the same structure as a school.  You may not be at college five days a week. For…

Complaints about Early Years Providers

Complaint about a childcarer: In the unlikely event you wish to complain about a childcarer, below is some guidance about who you can talk to. Contract issues: If you have a complaint about the service you are receiving from a childcarer the first thing to…
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