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The Sensory Inclusion Service (SIS) supports children and young people with hearing and/or visual impairment, or a multi-sensory impairment and their families, from birth to 25 (if they are still in Further Education).
SIS is a joint service between Shropshire Council, Telford & Wrekin Council and health.
The aim is to provide a wide range of support to ensure children and young people have a good quality of life, achieve their academic potential and are included in their local community.
The amount of support or involvement we have depends on the level of need, which can change over time. We use the National Sensory Impairment Partnership (NatSIP) eligibility framework to guide decisions about levels of support. For some children this may mean weekly support and for some this may mean a monitoring yearly visit.