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Adult social care and services

Croydon’s adult social care service supports adults needing care and their families and carers. You can find more information on Croydon Council's website Health and social care section (external link). Alternatively, if you are over 18 years old or are a professional wanting to make…

Croydon Sensory Support Service (CSSS)

This service is available for children and young people (CYP) with diagnosed hearing (HI) and/or visual impairment (VI), their families and settings, from 0 to 25 years. The specialist teaching and support staff in the Service work in collaboration with health professionals, families and carers,…

Short breaks and respite

Short breaks provide a child/ young person with a disability and their parents/carers a break from their usual routine and offer new opportunities. Home-based care is where a child/young person visits the carer's home for a few hours per week or overnight stays. Most of…

Children with Disabilities Service

Croydon’s Children with Disabilities Team provides support for children and young people aged 0-18 years who have a permanent and substantial disability, and their families. The support provided is over and above what is available through universal and community services. The team has the relevant…

Information, support and advice

In Croydon, there are different organisations that can offer impartial help that is reliable and useful. You can find details of organisations in the Local Offer directory, within the Information, guidance, advocacy and support section.

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Choosing and starting School

Starting School: Choosing a school Children with SEND without an EHC Plan. Choosing the right school for your child can feel like a big decision.  As such, it is good to start looking early at the schools that are close to where you live. You…

SEND support explained

Most children are able to make good progress from modifications and differentiation in routine daily teaching.  A smaller group of pupils may experience difficulties which make it harder for them to learn. They may require additional or different support from that which normally given in…

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