Useful links for Parents
Contact: 01642 531248. The charity provides a range of support services to children and adults affected by autism, either with a diagnosis or who are undergoing the diagnostic process, their parents/carers and their siblings living in a TS or DL postcode area.
Across Hartlepool and Stockton-on-Tees, we have a ‘needs led’ neurodevelopmental pathway as we want to make sure you and your child are supported as much as possible, if you or a professional thinks that your child has a neurodevelopmental need. These are needs which are associated with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
National Autistic Society
If your child is struggling to manage their ADHD, here are some ways you can support them and places you can get help
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy resources
Support Sign Posting
Early Help – 01642 526526
If you feel your family or a family you know would benefit from support, you can complete our online Request for Support in Early Help Form or complete the form manually and email it to the Early Help Assessment Team at email@example.com , alternatively you can telephone.
The Children’s Hub – Hartlepool Borough Council – 01429 284284
Monday to Thursday 8.30am to 5.00 pm and Friday 8.00am to 4.30 pm
If you would like help or advice from Children’s Social Care you should contact our Children’s Hub first of all. One of our duty social workers or Children’s Hub officers will take some basic information from you and talk to you about your needs. They can give information and advice, or suggest things we can do to help.
SENDIASS – Information Advice and Support Services (IASS) – 01642 527158
Monday – Thursday 8.30-17.00 Friday 8.30-16.30
The Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Information, Advice & Support Service – IASS – has developed from the Parent Partnership Service. The aim of the service is to support parents, carers, children and young people (0-25) with Special Educational Needs and Disability.
Stockton Parent Carer Forum – 07935 447375
Early Support Nursery
The Early Support Nursery is for children with complex and/or multiple special educational needs. Children can attend from aged two, if places are available. The nursery is registered with Ofsted and follows the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum. Contact the Early Support Nursery on 01642 527815 to request further information.
“Creating a separate spelling shed group has motivated my child to use it as she’s measured against children with similar abilities.”