For Commissioners

KIDS works with over 60 local authorities across all of the nine Government Health Regions in England providing welfare services to disabled children, young people and their families. 

Early Years
Early Years is about working with babies and young children from birth to five and includes encouraging children to play together and have fun while also promoting motor skills and communication development as well as supporting parents to help them develop skills in caring for the needs of their child. Find out more....

School Years
These services focus on children of school age. They can be educationally based, purely play and leisure activities or a combination of both. Some also focus on providing respite for the family which can relieve the strain on the family and reduce stress on parents while giving the child or young person an opportunity to get away from the family home, enjoy new experiences. Find out more....

Transition into adulthood
KIDS' transitions services directly support young disabled people to make the transition from adolescence to adulthood: a time when a lot of the support they are able to receive may be coming to an end. Find out more....

Family Support
In addition we support to the individuals who are affected by this situation (such as parents, siblings and young carers) through supporting family suport service. Find out more....

KIDS also provides a SEN Mediation Service to which local authorities can subscribe.  

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