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NHS Social Care and Support Guide

This guide is for you or someone you know if they need help with day to day living because of an illness or disability, it explains your options and where you can get support.

Jobs and Skills

There are a range of services available, please see below for the different types of information and support.

Safeguarding Children

The safety and welfare of all children - or safeguarding - is everyone's business. You could be a relative, neighbour, friend, parent, childminder, teacher or working for any organisation which has contact with children and young people. Safeguarding means protecting children from physical, emotional, sexual abuse and…

Activities

Browse the subjects on the left for different types of activities for the whole family, including sports clubs, parent & toddler groups, play centres, dance & drama classes and local museums & galleries. Clubs, classes and tutorial sessions offer great ways for children and young…

Greater Manchester Crisis Care Pathway

This is an exciting development that will make a real difference to children and young people who are experiencing a mental health crisis.   A young person experiencing a crisis may be a threat to themselves or others through self-harm, suicide or aggression. Or they…

Secretary of State Approved Institutions

Section 41 of the Children and Families Act 2014, allows the Secretary of State, by order, to publish a list of approved independent special institutions (Independent Special Schools – England and Wales and Special Post-16 institutions) for the purposes of satisfying Section 38 (Preparation of…

Children's Education Advisory Service (CEAS)

 The Children's Education Advisory Service (CEAS) provides expert and impartial advice about the education of service children. CEAS are part of the MOD’s Directorate Children and Young People (DCYP) and are a small dedicated team, who are experienced in advising service parents on a wide…

Drug addiction: getting help

If you need treatment for drug addiction, you're entitled to NHS care in the same way as anyone else who has a health problem. With the right help and support, it's possible for you to get drug free and stay that way.
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