Merton Special Educational Needs Information, Advice and Support Service
Impartial advice and guidance to parent/carers and young people with regard to the identification of special educational needs and the requirement for multi-agency support and intervention in the form of an Education Health and Care Plan (EHCP)
MIASS was formerly known as Merton Parent Partnership Service.
Parents and young people should first contact their school's SENCo, learning support advisor, class teacher and other professionals who know the child/young person. Merton’s SEN Local Offer also has a large number of useful guidance documents and services listed.
MIASS is aimed at families who have explored these options but require some additional direct and specialist help and advice.
Who to contact
- Contact Name
- Fran Turko / Shazia Khan (post 16) Nicole Ashbolt-Collings (post 16) - maternity
- 020 8543 8854
- email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
Nicole is on maternity leave as of 2/5/19.
- Joseph Hood Primary School
- SW20 9NS
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- Session Information
Contact should be made during normal working hours in the majority of cases although we are able to do home visits and/or make out-of-hours contact when necessary
- Age Ranges
- Referral required
- Referral Details
None needed but we will expect you to have engaged fully with the staff and professionals who work directly with your child or young person prior to contacting this service.
- Other notes
The service is for children/young people and families who live in the London Borough of Merton and who have a special educational need or disability.
The service is for children/young people and families who live in the London Borough of Merton and who have a special educational need or disability