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Research and analysis

Integrated services improving outcomes for disabled children

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Ofsted good practice example showing how Luton uses integrated services to help disabled children.

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Luton Borough Council Integrated Services - good practice example.doc

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Luton’s services for disabled children and their families bring together practice across health, social care and education services, alongside innovative short break and early support provision. The development of an extensive range of integrated early support and prevention services is improving outcomes for disabled children and preventing situations deteriorating so that child protection or looked after services become necessary.