A message to all our families:
"As we start this latest lockdown, the Early Help SEND and Inclusion service continues to support families in Rutland, although sometimes in different ways.
Some home visits will still take place, where these can be done safely and both parties are comfortable with these continuing.
However be assured our teams are in regular contact with children, young people and families and are available for advice and support by phone.
Visions, Jules House and Aiming High have a digital offer in place with various groups and sessions for children young people and parents/carers running on Zoom every week.
Most of Rutland County Council staff continue to work from home but we have systems in place to enable us to continue business as usual.
Early Help Workers and SEND Case Officers will be supporting children and young people as before.
Please do contact the team if you have any concerns."
Links to further information and contact details:
Visions email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Service update: coronavirus (COVID-19)
Rutland County Council is continuing to follow the latest government advice around coronavirus (COVID-19) and as of close of day Friday 20 March 2020 Visions Children’s Centre, including appointments and outreach sessions, closed until further notice.
For more information about COVID-19 please look at the Rutland County Council website www.rutland.gov.uk/coronavirus
We are however taking the sessions online; Music Mavericks sessions will be running online using Zoom every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 11am -11:30am starting Monday 30th March.
Toddle talk will run the new course of sessions every Thursday using Zoom for 6 weeks starting Thursday 23rd of April until Thursday the 28th May. This will be 10:30am – 11:00am and 2:30pm-3:00pm every Thursday.