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A good starting point is The Index for Children and Young People with Disabilities or Additional Needs. By adding your child to The Index, you will receive regular information about activities, services and support for you and your child. You can also contact The Index Administrator to request any information or help.
Keep up to date with activities, events and schemes running near you by checking the Index Noticeboard's monthly pages:
The scheme will fund the child's place in a registered childcare setting for sessional preschool care (18 months - 4 years) or supporting out of school provision for a child (4 - 11 years).
Assisted Places Scheme
Sense of Play is a programme of tailored play sessions delivered in the home by a highly trained play worker.
Sense of Play Project
The School Improvement and Inclusion Service is available to children aged 0 to 19 years and includes Special Educational Needs, Education Psychology, Education Welfare and, Speech and Language services.
The Index for Children and Young People with Disabilities or Additional Needs provides up to date information about services, events and activities for you and your child. You can sign up to The Index by visiting our web pages or alternatively you can contact the Disability Index Administrator directly:
The Index for Children and Young People with Disabilities or Additional Needs
There is also a Disability Sports Directory of all sports clubs accessible to children and young people with disabilities:
Sports and Play Development Disability Sports Directory
If you are a parent carer for a disabled child providing regular care to your child that is substantially in excess of the normal requirements of persons of your child's age, you may be able to access support and services by registering with our Carers' Services.
Their services is aimed at children who are aged between 0 and 18 years and who have a learning difficulty or a significant physical or sensory impairment:
Child Health and Disability Team
To find out what training might be available to families and professionals regarding children and young people with disabilities please visit our disability training page.
Visit our Welfare Reform pages to find out more information:
Get information about advice and guidance available for children with additional needs in the Vale of Glamorgan.
Vale of Glamorgan Council, Civic Offices, Holton Road, Barry CF63 4RU.(01446) firstname.lastname@example.org