Referral to Physical and Sensory Support, with permission from parents or carers, can be made at any stage by:
- Health Professionals
- Educational Professionals
- Social services
- Other Professionals
If you are a parent or carer and you are concerned about how your child's education is being affected by their vision or hearing impairment or physical disability, please first speak to your child's teacher who will then be able to refer your child to Physical and Sensory Support if they meet our criteria.
Students in further and higher educational establishments in Surrey with a hearing impairment, vision impairment or physical disability are welcome to contact our Post 16 team.
Files available to download
- Hearing Impairment Professional Guidance (PDF)
Children / students have been diagnosed with a hearing loss.
- Multi Sensory Impairment Professional Guidance (PDF)
Children / students have an impairment of both their vision and hearing
- Physical Disability Professional Guidance (PDF)
Children / students have a long-term physical disability or medical condition which has a significant impact on their access to the curriculum
- Vision Impairment Professional Guidance (PDF)
When children or students have significantly reduced or deteriorating vision in both eyes, which cannot be fully corrected after surgery or with the use of spectacles or contact lenses.
- PSS - When do we get involved? (PDF)
Not all children and students supported by PSS will have an education, health and care plan.
- PSS Specialist ICT- AAC Referral Criteria - December 2014 (PDF)
PSS Specialist ICT provides specialist equipment in order to improve outcomes for learners.
- Radio Aid Policy (PDF)
Physical and Sensory Support will consider all children and young people with clinically diagnosed, permanent hearing loss for provision of a radio aid
- Physical and Sensory Support involvement request (PDF)
Referring for vision impairment, hearing, physical disability, assistive and communicative technology, speech and language therapy