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Break

Break’s core business is the provision of children’s homes for Looked After Children in their home Local Authority. Break has seven mainstream children’s homes in Norfolk and Cambridgeshire and a Therapeutic Fostering Service offering single placements to traumatised young people. Young people leaving Break’s care continue to be supported by our in-house Moving On Team. In addition to the mainstream homes, Break has a children’s home for young people with profound learning and physical disabilities and two short-break schemes for children with disabilities. Break also provides a range of assessment and support services to children at risk through a Residential Family Centre in Lowestoft and a range of community-based services, including assessment work, across East Anglia.

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Swaffham Children's Centre

Our Children's Centres provide every child aged 0-8 living permanently or temporarily in the area access to the best possible health, education, care and family support services so that they and their parents can reach their full potential now and throughout their lives. We work in partnership with all statutory, voluntary and community agencies delivering appropriate services to meet the needs of our families whilst embracing Norfolk's vision for Children's Centres. Our services include Young Explorers stay & play sessions, Being 2 sessions, Bookstart Corner sessions (in house and outreach), Antenatal support, Baby & Me courses (with infant massage included), parenting programmes, healthy eating, and Family Learning through Norfolk Community Learning. In addition we offer support for parents with adult learning and employment support. This may include language, literacy and numeracy support, access to volunteering opportunities as steps towards employment and links to Jobcentre Plus. We welcome feedback from families and the wider community to inform our planning, delivery and evaluation of services we provide. To ensure that all services we deliver meet the best possible standards of quality, safeguarding and outcomes. Useful links and resources: Every local authority in the country has a Local Safeguarding Children Board in place, to make sure that children are protected from harm and that their welfare is promoted. If you have concerns about the safety of a child you can visit the Norfolk Safeguarding Children’s Board website. Norfolk Family Information Service (FIS) offers guidance, advice and information on childcare to families with children age 0-19 (age 0-25 with additional needs). If families have issues that are affecting their wellbeing, we can signpost them to other support services and organisations. For more information, visit their website. We also offer advice and support to all childcare providers in Norfolk and other professionals and organisations. SEND - The Local Offer will help you to find information about what universal, targeted and specialist provision is available for children and young people with SEND in Norfolk and how to access different types of services and support. For more information, click here.Norfolk SEND Partnership offer information and advice to children, young people and parents/carers about special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). Visit their website.

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Norfolk Citizens Advice (North Walsham)

Advice and information on a range of issues, including housing rights, welfare rights and benefits, money and debt, consumer rights and employment rights. Outreach services at Cromer

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Barnardo's - Link: Adoption Support Service

Telephone information and advice line such as: signposting; information for birth family members and adopted adults wishing to trace: adoption related advice and support for professionals and training for counsellors/therapists on adoption issues. The phone line is manned by a qualified therapist. We have approximately 280 therapists throughout the country. We are offer Therapeutic support for those affected by adoption such as: One to One Therapy; Attachment Focused Therapy for families; Early Placement Therapy, for children who have recently been placed for adoption; Play therapy; Birth Family members Support; telephone/skype/facetime.

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Norfolk and Norwich Association for the Blind - Norwich Centre

Equipment and mobile centres offering information, help and advice, daily living aids and equipment display/sale. Community visiting and befriending service. Eye clinic information service offering non-medical advice. Teaching of Braille and Moon. Computer courses. Music, book and tape library. Leisure activities. Residential and respite care. Centres in Great Yarmouth, King's Lynn, Diss, Cromer.

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Vancouver Children's Centre

Our Children's Centres play an essential role in giving children and families the early support they need. We are available to your whole community on a regular basis. Our aim is to provide effective information to parents of children up to the age of 8 years about the range of family support services available to keep our children safe and well. We work in partnership with other agencies such as health visitors, midwives and local schools.We are available to your whole community on a regular basis. Our aim is to provide effective information to parents of children up to the age of 8 years about the range of family support services available to keep our children safe and well.We work in partnership with other agencies such as health visitors, midwives and local schools. To help under-fives get ready for school we support children in attaining a good level of development; our services include: high quality early year’s education services such as ‘stay and play’ sessions; child and family health services, signposting to speech and language therapy and ensuring services are accessible to children and their families from 0-19 years and 0-25 years for those with additional needs. In addition we offer support for parents with adult learning and employment support. This may include language, literacy and numeracy support, managing family finances and by acquiring access to apprenticeships and volunteering opportunities we provide links to Job Centre Plus, as steps toward finding employment. Other parental support is available such as parenting skills programs and by providing antenatal and post-natal services. This is supported by good quality, inclusive childcare. We are available to your whole community on a regular basis. Our aim is to provide effective information to parents of children up to the age of 8 years about the range of family support services available to keep our children safe and well. We work in partnership with other agencies such as health visitors, midwives and local schools. To help under-fives get ready for school we support children in attaining a good level of development; our services include: high quality early year’s education services such as ‘stay and play’ sessions; child and family health services, signposting to speech and language therapy and ensuring services are accessible to children and their families from 0-19 years and 0-25 years for those with additional needs. In addition we offer support for parents with adult learning and employment support. This may include language, literacy and numeracy support, managing family finances and by acquiring access to apprenticeships and volunteering opportunities we provide links to Job Centre Plus, as steps toward finding employment. Other parental support is available such as parenting skills programs and by providing antenatal and post-natal services. This is supported by good quality, inclusive childcare.

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Norwich Foodbank

Food Bank. The foodbank operates a referral system with a voucher. If someone is referred to us, the voucher referral has all opening times for our 10 distribution centres on the back. there is at least one centre open every day, apart from Sunday.

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Citizens Advice North East Suffolk (Bungay)

Advice and information on a range of issues, including housing rights, welfare rights and benefits, consumer issues and employment rights. Specialist debt and welfare rights advice.

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Dyslexia Action - Peterborough

Advice on issues relating to dyslexia. Consultations, educational psychologist assessments, specialist teaching for all ages and talks and courses for parents and teachers. Charges made for assessments arranged with independent educational psychologists. Tuition and courses.

Norwich City Council - Housing Options

Advice on housing and prevention of homelessness. Assessment of entitlement to housing for people who are homeless or threatened with homelessness. Rent deposit and rent in advance schemes for single people and families in housing need. Private sector leasing scheme. Out of hours emergencies phone 01603 412180

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