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  1. Self-Directed Support

    Learn more about using a Personal Budget Self-directed support - A personal budget helps you choose what support you want and when you want it. Instead of having services organised by your local agency or council, you directly receive payments. This allows you to choose…
  2. Seeing a Doctor

    The doctor you’ll see most often will be a General Practitioner (GP). They can help you with everyday illnesses and refer you to specialists for more complicated issues. GPs are trained to deal with a wide variety of health questions, illnesses and injuries. If you…
  3. Hampshire Futures Careers Service

    Our careers website has been developed to support young people with making career choices. Here you can find careers information and activities to help you with your future planning, and information, advice and activities to help improve your employability skills. Careers - information for young people…
  4. Hampshire's Family Support Service

    Hampshire County Council has a Family Support Service which aims to support families across the county. The Family Support Service (FSS) is a single, joined up service for families with children aged 0 – 19 years. This service will also be offered for young adults with learning…
  5. Education Centres / Alternative Provision

    Hampshire has seven Education Centres (EC) known elsewhere as Pupil Referral Units (PRUs) for KS3 and KS4. Places are commissioned for either pupils who are: permanently excluded, those at risk of permanent exclusion and for pupils with medical needs or who are emotional vulnerable and…
  6. Counselling

    Some young people with additional needs and/or their families find that speaking to someone about their concerns or how they are feeling can be extremely helpful. Trained counsellors can help people to talk about their experiences and hopefully start to make sense of them. They…
  7. Transforming Care Partnership (TCP)

    The 'Transforming Care Partnership' is changing how services are delivered and commissioned across the UK. It aims to improve services for people with learning disabilities and/or autism, who display behaviour that challenges, including those with a mental health condition, so that they can live in…
  8. The Special Care Dental Service

    Solent NHS Trust Special Care Dental Service provide specialised dental care for those who are unable to access dental care in the General Dental Service because of their special needs. Patients must be registered with a General Medical Practitioner in Hampshire, Portsmouth, Southampton or the…
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