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  1. SCIP: Special Needs Community Information Point

    The Bargroves, Cromwell Road, Eynesbury, PE19 2EY

    SCIP (Special needs Community Information Point);is an information and advice service for families with 0-25 year olds with a disability or additional needs. For more information please see our website page .

  2. Family Workers

    Family Workers offer support and advice to parents / carers on issues such as children's challenging behaviour, establishing routines, raising self-esteem, increasing confidence and improving family relationships. Support and advice may be offered

  3. Statutory Assessment and Resources Team (START)

    Scott House, 5 George Street, Huntingdon, PE29 3AD

    Managing the Education, Health and Care (EHC) Plan needs assessment process for children with special educational needs, operating within statutory timescales in the SEND Code of Practice. SEN Casework Officers ensure that appropriate assessments

  4. Reablement

    Reablement is a programme of short term support to help you retain or regain your independence. We will help you to keep doing the things you tell us are important. This might include: different ways of doing things use of equipment and technology

  5. Community Transport

    Community transport provides journeys for people who have difficulty using conventional public transport. There are a number of schemes operating in Cambridgeshire and other services such as the Taxicard scheme. Find out more about the schemes near

  6. Physical Disability Team

    Unit A, Amundsen House, 18 Stocks Bridge Way, St Ives, PE27 5JL

    We support people aged 18 to 75 who are living with a physical disability. This includes adults with an acquired brain injury which affects physical functioning. We also support disabled parents. We assess and review needs and if you are eligible

  7. Sensory Services

    Unit A, Amundsen House, 18 Stocks Bridge Way, St Ives, PE27 5JL

    Our Sensory Services team works with adults who are deafblind, deaf, hard of hearing as well as adults who are severely sight impaired, sight impaired or experiencing visual loss. We keep a register of people in Cambridgeshire with dual sensory loss,

  8. Cambridgeshire Learning Disability Partnership (LDP)

    We help people who have a learning disability. If you have a learning disability diagnosis, we can provide health support We can also provide social care support if you need this higher level of help. With the right help, everyone with a learning

  9. Young People's Workers

    The role of a Young People's Worker is to provide specialist support for young people needing help in the transition to adulthood. Young people can access individual support or support via group work following a self referral or a professional

  10. Autism and Adult Team

    We help people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). We also support people who are vulnerable, but who do not have a diagnosis of disability. Support includes: social care assessment and review help to develop care and support plans help in your