At Humberston Park School we have many partnerships with external professionals and organisations. 

We regularly update this page so please pop back again to see if there is anything helpful for you…and, if you’d like us to add a link you think would be useful, please Contact Us.

Click on the links below for useful information.

Ace Centre is a registered charity providing Assistive Technology and Augmentative and Alternative Communication services for people with complex needs. AC offer assessment, training and information services across England, with a focus on Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) and Assistive Technology (AT), delivered by a multidisciplinary team of specialist teachers, occupational therapists, speech & language therapists with the support of technical and administrative staff.

Barnardo’s Safe Harbour: East Marsh Family Hub – trauma therapeutic service for children, young people and those supporting them – offers 1:1 support for children and young people.

Beat Eating Disorders: UK’s eating disorder charity, founded in 1989 as the Eating Disorders Association; their mission is to end the pain and suffering caused by eating disorders.

Butterflies Mums: Simply Connect North East Lincs. Our volunteers make home visits or have contact with families each week, supporting mums and their families in differing situations.

Carers’ Support Service  The Carers’ Support Service is the main port of call for Carers in Northern Lincolnshire. There is a range of free and confidential practical and emotional support on offer. Take a look through the website to see what support is available.

Centre4  The Centre4 team is on hand to provide free and friendly support about Benefits, Debt and Money Management, Housing, Employment and much more. So… If you are looking to meet new people, get involved in the local community or simply get some professional advice, then why not visit Centre4

CEA Card Scheme allows the Cardholder to obtain ONE complimentary ticket for a person to provide any assistance required as a result of the Cardholder’s disability during their visit to the cinema, provided that a full price ticket is purchased by the Cardholder for the same film and auditorium.

Challenging Behaviour Foundation (CBF) hold a broad range of information and guidance about challenging behaviour and connected issues, including information sheets, FAQs, packs, templates and DVDs

Children’s Disability Service, NELC.  There is a range of services available to children and families assessed as needing them. This includes: North East Lincolnshire Council Short Break Services, including care in the home, sitters, overnight care – Assistants to support in accessing leisure activities – Holiday play schemes – Care at home, including sitter services – Some aids and adaptations.

Citizens Advice Bureau provide free, confidential and impartial advice and campaign on big issues affecting people’s lives.

Contact.  For families with disabled children.  Provide online, printed and helpline advice on education, benefits and finances, childcare, social care, medical information and more.

Educational psychology support for parents and carers: to help with the learning, achievement and emotional wellbeing of all children and young people (from birth to 25 years).

Family Fund are the UK’s largest provider of grants to low-income families raising disabled and seriously ill children and young people. We help ease the additional pressures families face. We can help with essential items such as washing machines, fridges and clothing but can also consider grants for sensory toys, computers and much needed family breaks together.

Foresight are an organisation committed to meeting the needs and requirements of disabled individuals, their families, and carers in North and North East Lincolnshire.  They offer a wide range of services and activities that are specifically adapted to meet the needs and requirements of people with disabilities. From learning and training to leisure, sporting, and social activities, we strive to create inclusive opportunities for personal growth, confidence-building, and combating disadvantage.

Inclusive Technology provides the very best special educational needs software, switches and computer access devices, simple communication aids, eye gaze and assistive technology for learners with a physical disability, sensory impairment or learning difficulty. We also offer the very best from QED (Quality Enabling Devices) which we acquired two years ago.

IPSEA are the leading charity in the field of SEND law in England, and provide free and independent legal advice and support to families of children and young people with SEND.  They also provide training on the SEND legal framework, and influence policy at both a local and national level.

KIDS Yorkshire and The Humber provides over 90 services for young disabled people and their families. Nursery care, home-learning, adventure playgrounds, SEND mediation, information & advice services, crisis intervention, peer support for parents and carers – just some of the services that can support you and your family.

Linkage is a Lincolnshire based registered charity that supports people with learning disabilities.  They deliver high-quality specialist education, care, employment and support services throughout the county and beyond.

Local offerInformation on NE Lincs SEND Local Offer is available via this link.

Max Card is the UK’s leading discount card for foster families and families of children with additional needs. Families can use their Max Card at venues across the UK to get free or discounted admission

Merushop  Designing & building assistive equipment for people with disabilities.

Neurodevelopmental Service [NAViGO] takes referrals for children and young people in North East Lincolnshire who require a specialist autism or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) assessment.  The service replaces the North East Lincolnshire Access Pathway. The Access Pathway was transferred to Navigo as part of plans to reduce waiting times and streamline children and young people’s mental health services.  The Neurodevelopmental Service team offer assessments to determine whether a child or young person has a neurodevelopmental presentation that meets the criteria for neuro-diverse conditions such as Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) or ADHD.

NRS Healthcare specialise in disability equipment and rehab supplies, such as disability aids and mobility products to help you get back on your feet after an operation, or to make your life easier if you are unable to get around easily.

PECS is an approach that develops expressive communication skills using pictures. More than using pictures for visual support, PECS is a functional communication system that develops important communication and social skills.  PECS can be used by people of all ages with a wide range of abilities. PECS is successfully used with adults and children. It’s never too late to start PECS, all you need is a picture card and a fun item or activity. It can be used at home and school, and in conjunction with other approaches such as TEACCH, SCERTS and ABA.

SaferNEL is a multidisciplinary website which combines three key services to help safeguard children, adults, families and their community.

Safespaces:  Attractive, safe living, sleeping spaces and high sided beds for people with complex needs that are custom made

Scope Support Services: support for parents of disabled children or those with additional needs.

SENDIASS North East Lincolnshire is a free service for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities and their parents and carers. It’s impartial and they give confidential information, advice and support in relation to special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and related health and social care matters.

Specialist Advisory Service NELC: a small team of advisory teachers with specialisms in cognition and learning, communication and interaction and social and emotional and mental health needs.

Team Teach support individuals and organisations in moving beyond behaviour management; using strategies that lower risk, build relationships, minimise physical intervention, and create positive environments.

Tough Furniture are specialists in the supply of attractive, yet very strong furniture, to suit the special needs of challenging environments where abuse, carelessness or challenging behaviour is a problem.

WellChild is the national charity working to ensure the best possible care and support: giving seriously ill children the best chance to thrive. At home.

Young Carers Support Centre: For more information about the services and activities available for Young Carers in North East Lincolnshire contact the Young Carers Team on 01472 326294 (option 3 then option 2) or email admin.yps@nelincs.gov.uk.  For North Lincolnshire contact the Wellbeing and Young Carers Team on 01724 297502