Contact information for services and people who can help

Lancaster Fylde and Wyre



IDSS Targeted and Assessment Services North,
White Cross Education Centre
Quarry Road

Inclusion and Disability Support Service

Our mission is to provide better outcomes for Lancashire children and young people with SEN and Disabilities (SEND), and their families.

The Core Purposes of The Inclusion and Disability Support Service is to provide one seamless integrated inclusion service serving districts and/or localities with the core purposes of:

• identifying, assessing and monitoring that the special needs and disabilities of children and young people are met;
• providing statutory special educational needs and disability support to children, families, schools and settings;
• commissioning and promoting positive outcomes for children and young people with SEND; and
• providing a traded service which enables schools, settings and interested parties to purchase specialist psychological, teacher and technical support to meet their identified needs

Opening hours:
Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm

County Hall, 

Information line:
0300 123 6706


SEND IASS / Parent Partnership Service

The Parent Partnership Service is a statutory service that offers information, help and support for parents of children and young people with special educational needs.

The service has a role in making sure that parents views are heard and understood and that these views inform local policy and practice.

A Parent Partnership Service works to support parents of children with special educational needs

National Autistic Society


Our Autism Helpline provides impartial, confidential information, advice and support for people with autism spectrum disorders and their families and carers.

Call 0808 800 4104
Lines are open 10am-4pm,
Monday to Friday (
free from landlines and most mobiles)

Call our free helpline

0808 808 3555

Contact A Family

Finding out your child has a disability or medical condition can be difficult and bewildering. Parents of disabled children need support, information and advice.

As a parent of a disabled child you may not know where to turn to or you may be trying to cope with a whole range of feelings, as well as being constantly exhausted from the physical demands of parenting. There is support out there.

Email us :



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