2:12 pm, Friday, 11th November 2022

SEND Newsletter- Friday, November 11 2022

This is the SEND Newsletter for 7- 13 November 2022.

Job opportunity- SEND Employability Coach

To work as a member of the Employability Service to support unemployed SEN young people to achieve their work goals and move into sustainable employment through the delivery of information, advice and guidance and a range of appropriate training and support. The post holder will provide effective job coaching to Participants on programme and will empower, motivate and support Participants to move into sustainable employment, ensuring Participants are supported along a pathway tailored to their individual needs.

Job title: Employability Coach

Reporting to: Employability Services Deputy Manager/ Team Leader

Salary: Salary range 3:  £21,281

Hours: 37.5 hours per week – fixed term 12 months

Location: Based at Diana Princess of Wales Hospital but may on occasion be required to work at various locations within North East Lincolnshire

To receive the job profile and application form then please contact amanda.thomas1@nhs.net.

Autism in schools overview and training

The Autism in School’s forum met again on Tuesday 1 November.

There were several positive discussions and updates including the upcoming training.

Priority places are given to parent carers involved in the Autism in Schools project, but it is free to all local parent carers.

NELC SEND Local Offer | Free Understanding Sensory Processing Workshop (nelincs.gov.uk)

NELC SEND Local Offer | Encouraging Positive Behaviour (nelincs.gov.uk)

NELC SEND Local Offer | Support for parents and carers of children with anxiety (nelincs.gov.uk)

Find out more about Autism in Schools. NELC SEND Local Offer | Autism in Schools (nelincs.gov.uk)

We need you! Children and young people asked to have their say in new creative strategy

North East Lincolnshire Council is looking for a dedicated individual to work with Children and Young People (C&YP) and make them an integral part of delivering the Creative Strategy for the area.

Can you help integrate the voice of children and young people into our creative strategy? – NELC | NELC (nelincs.gov.uk)

Makaton Taster Session

Make sure to secure your place on the upcoming Makaton Training on December 1.

Today over 100,000 children and adults use Makaton symbols and signs, either as their main method of communication or as a way to support speech.

You can enrol in Level 1 and 2 Courses or start out with the taster session.

NELC SEND Local Offer | Makaton in the Community Taster Session (nelincs.gov.uk)

Carers Allowance

Unfortunately, Carer’s Allowance counts as income if you’re getting Universal Credit — but it’s still a good idea to claim it.

Even though it will be deducted in full from your Universal Credit payment, claiming Carer’s Allowance can help protect your right to a State Pension.

This is because it entitles you to a class 1 national insurance contribution, which is paid automatically for you.

So even if you already receive the Carer Element of Universal Credit, make sure to claim Carer’s Allowance too!

To find out more, visit:
contact.org.uk/carers-allowance
contact.org.uk/universal-credit 

Follow Contact Facebook page for more like this. Contact – For families with disabled children | London | Facebook

Kooth

Show your child Kooth. Home – Kooth

Free childcare funding

#30hoursnel If you are a working family with a child that turns 3 years old on or before 31/12/2022 or a 4 Year old, and you would like to take up 30 hours funding in January 2023, it is time to apply for the funding ready for the Spring Term, to find out more or to apply please follow the link www.childcarechoices.gov.uk. Once you have your eligibility code it is very important that you reconfirm your code every 12 weeks to keep your code active, failure to do so will invalidate your code and you will lose your funding.

Follow the Families First Facebook page for more like this. Families First | Cleethorpes | Facebook

RESPECT- New Youth Group

CLIMB 4 Limited | Grimsby | Facebook

This fun-filled Youth Club is ideal for teenagers who feel anxious and isolated and want a safe space to socialise and make friends.

Climb4 have a limited number of spaces so book now at www.bookwhen.com/climb4 before we are full.

Contact us today for more information.

#new #youthclub #climb4 #grimsby #fun

Families First Connect NEL

Calling young artists

Junior Open Art Exhibition

Calling all creative young people aged 15 and under. We have a brilliant opportunity for you on the horizon.

Be in with a chance of having your art exhibited in a professional gallery setting in the Albert Room at Cleethorpes Library throughout January and February 2023, with some fantastic prizes up for grabs!

To enter, simply submit your 2D artwork (no bigger than A2 size and no framed pieces please), with an entry form (see link below) to Cleethorpes Library on either:

Monday 5 December between 10am and 3pm

Saturday 10 December between 9am and 12.30pm

Full terms and entry forms at: www.lincsinspire.com/juniorart

Schools can also submit a group or class piece too. Good luck!

Autism Training

NELC SEND Local Offer | Teen Life Autism Programme (nelincs.gov.uk)

NELC SEND Local Offer | EarlyBird Plus Age 0-9 (National Autistic Society training) (nelincs.gov.uk)


A Quest for Happiness

Book now for The Bluebird, A Quest for Happiness. A wonderful theatre production for children by Tell Tale Hearts, brought to you by Birdhouse with the stunning ‘Earth’ installation as the amazing backdrop in Grimsby Minster.

This Sunday 13 November at 3pm.

Book tickets Here: The Bluebird – A Quest for Happiness Tickets, Sun 13 Nov 2022 at 15:00 | Eventbrite

Follow Birdhouse for more creative arts excitement for young people. Birdhouse | Facebook

SENDIASS

SENDIASS provide support for SEND, across education, health and social care.

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Sendiass North East Lincolnshire | Facebook

Contact SENDIASS:
Call- 01472 326363
Email- ask@nelsendiass.org.uk

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If you have questions about SEND we are always here to help. Please don’t hesitate to email sen@nelincs.gov.uk. We always try to make sure that children and parents/ carers voices are heard.

These Weekly SEND parent/carer newsletters are shared with teams within education, health and social care as well as parents/carers SENCOs, the DfE and local charities.

If parents/carers or young people over 16 do not have access to the internet or if they prefer to receive paper copies only please contact sen@nelincs.gov.uk.

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