|Agency or Service||Who they work with||How school can get in touch with them|
|Herefordshire integrated Behaviour Outreach Service||Children or young people with emotional, social or mental health difficulties that impacts on their behaviour in school||School have an allocated teacher who they will contact after a parent or carer signs a referral form|
|Support for Complex Communication Difficulties (Hampton Dene School Language and Communication Centre)||Children or young people who are being assessed for or already have a diagnosis of Autism or communication difficulties.||School have an allocated member of staff who they will contact after a parent or carer signs a referral form|
|Educational Psychology Service||An Educational Psychologist will always be involved with a child or young person who is referred for an Education, Health and Care Plan.||School have an allocated Educational Psychologist who they will contact after a parent or carer signs a referral form|
|Physical and Sensory Support Service (PASS)||Children or young person with physical difficulties, hearing impairment, visual impairment.||School have allocated specialist teachers who they will contact after a parent or carer signs a referral form|
|Learning Support Partnership(LSP)||Children or young people who are working below the levels expected for their age.||An L S P Teacher can carry out a bank of assessments and offer advice to teachers. School will let parents or carers know if they need to work with the child or young person.|
|Speech and Language Therapy Service (SALT)||Children or young people with a high level speech and language difficulties.||School can fill in a referral form which parents or carers sign. The family doctor can also complete this form.|
|Occupational Therapist (OT)||Children or young people with particular Functional difficulties including fine and gross motor skills, perceptual skills.||School can fill in a referral form which parents or carers sign. The family doctor can also complete this form.|
|Physiotherapist||Children or young people with physical rehabilitation of children who are identified as having difficulties with the development of gross motor skills and mobility as a result of accident, injury, disease or disability.||School can fill in a referral form which parents or carers sign. The family doctor can also complete this form.
Physiotherapists are often assigned following hospital treatment when relevant.
|School Nurse||Children or young people with medical needs particularly where medication is needed.||School have an allocated nurse who they will contact after a parent or carer signs a referral form|
|Counsellor/Play therapist||Children or young people with emotional difficulties||School can refer to a qualified counsellor who sees children in school|
In addition to these staff who come to work in school there are additional support services which can be accessed either via a referral through school or your child’s G.P. These include; CAMHS (Children and Adolescent Mental Health Services), Community Paediatrician