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Early Years Assessment (South Ayrshire)

Email : Jacqui.ward@south-ayrshire.gov.uk
Web Address : http://www.eps.south-ayrshire.gov.uk

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Early Years Assessment, West Lothian

Telephone : 01506 283130
Email : ed.psych@westlothian.gov.uk
Web Address : https://www.westlothian.gov.uk/EducationPsychologyService

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Early Years Inclusion Support Service – North

The Early Years Inclusion Support Service (EYISS) supports children aged two years and over who have significant additional support needs.  The EYISS works with the children in their homes, and also with Early Learning and Childcare Centres at point of transition.  The EYISS work closely with parents, carers and other early years services to assess, plan for and advise on, additional learning needs, and to support and promote inclusion.
Telephone : 0141 558 5483
Email : headteacher@duntarviepre-school.glasgow.sch.uk
Web Address : https://www.glasgow.gov.uk/article/19214/Early-Years-Inclusion-Support-Service

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Early Years Inclusion Support Service – South

The Early Years Inclusion Support Service (EYISS) supports children aged two years and over who have significant additional support needs.  The EYISS works with the children in their homes, and also with Early Learning and Childcare Centres at point of transition.  The EYISS work closely with parents, carers and other early years services to assess, plan for and advise on, additional learning needs, and to support and promote inclusion.
Telephone : 0141 634 4051
Email : headteacher@linnpre-school.glasgow.sch.uk
Web Address : https://www.glasgow.gov.uk/article/19214/Early-Years-Inclusion-Support-Service

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EARS Independent Advocacy Service

Provides collective advocacy and one-to-one advocacy. West Lothian - provides services to people over 16 with a physical disability, acquired brain injury, stroke survivors, a learning disability, Autism and Asperger's. Midlothian - provides services to people over 16 with a physical disability, an acquired brain injury, stroke survivors. East Lothian - provides services to anyone who has had/survived a stroke. Edinburgh - provides services to anyone who has had/survived a stroke.
Telephone : 0131 478 8866
Email : info@ears-advocacy.org.uk
Web Address : http://www.ears-advocacy.org.uk

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EARS Independent Advocacy Service – West Lothian

Provides collective advocacy and one-to-one advocacy. West Lothian - provides services to people over 16 with a p hysical disability, acquired brain injury, stroke survivors, a learning disability, Autism and Asperger's.
Telephone : 01506 205840
Email : info@ears-advocacy.org.uk
Web Address : http://www.ears-advocacy.org.uk

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East Ayrshire Advocacy Services

Provides advocacy services for young people aged 16+ who have a learning disability; mental health problems; acquired brain injury; and services to young people aged 14+ who are subject to Mental Health Care and Treatment, Scotland, Act.
Telephone : 01563 574442
Email : irene@eaas.org.uk
Web Address : http://eaas.org.uk

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East Ayrshire Early Years Assessment

The Psychological Service it a statutory service of the Educational & Social Services Department, providing advice and support to the schools in East Ayrshire, for all children and young people from 0-19 years of age.
Telephone : 01563 555640
Email : education-admin@east-ayrshire.gov.uk
Web Address : https://www.east-ayrshire.gov.uk/EducationAndLearning/SupportForPupils/Psychological-Services.aspx

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East Ayrshire Psychological Services

The psychological service is a statutory service providing advice and support to educational establishments in East Ayrshire for all children and young people from 0-19. EPs in East Ayrshire work with children and young people in early childhood centres, primary, secondary and special school provision. They may work with children with learning difficulties, sensory and physical impairments, social and emotional difficulites, and communication difficulties. Most of their work is done in partnership with parents, schools and other agencies, such as speech and language therapists, school doctors and social workers.
Telephone : 01563 555640
Email : education-admin@east-ayrshire.gov.uk
Web Address : https://blogs.glowscotland.org.uk/ea/eapsychservices/

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East Ayrshire Young Carers

East Ayshire Carers Centres offer one-to-one and group support to young carers. They run age specific groups every week at the carer centres in Cumnock, New Cumnock and Dalmellington.
Telephone : 01563 571533
Email : admin@eastayrshirecarers.org.uk
Web Address : https://www.eastayrshirecarers.org.uk/youngcarers

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