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Partner Services

Below are a list of the local offer services STLS work alongside to ensure the health and wellbeing of children and young adults in the Ashford District.

Paediatric Speech and Language Therapyb6

Speech and Language Therapists work with children and young people with a wide range of communication needs, as well as supporting with eating and drinking.

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The SEN IA team will receive any referrals from our SEN area teams or any direct contacts.

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Children and young people with disabilities can get help from everyday healthcare services, but sometimes they need extra help. Parents or carers can ask for additional or complex support in order to receive the extra assistance involving paediatrics.


PIAS adopts a new approach to support or enforce children’s maximum access to education.

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A fully integrated service building greater resilience in families. Improving the outcomes for children and young adults with high ambitions for what they can achieve with right right support.

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The Education People's Early Years and Childcare Service is committed to supporting excellence across the whole range of Early Years, school and out of school childcare provision, including early education. 

The SMILE Centre supports multi-inclusive learning and education. The centre provides a facility to provide support, advice and resources for colleagues in mainstream schools, Wyvern staff and parents.

Other Services

These are services that are useful to be aware of or contact to assist in the support of children and adults when dealing with SEND and Mental Health in education.

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Providing support to the education sector by offering services and expertise across all age groups.


​Providing people with support for the EHCP process and applying for Disability Living Allowance. They also offer support groups, resources, emotional and mental wellbeing check-ins and subsidised outings for disabled children, young adults and their families.​


Promotes the progress and educational attainment of children and young people who are or who have been in care so that they achieve educational outcomes comparable to their peers. They also provide advice, support and training to professionals schools and colleges.

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