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Our Provision We work with children and young people with anxiety and a range of complex emotional and mental health needs during term time, and all ages outside of term time, weekends and evenings. We facilitate Education (Secondary), alternative provision, therapy and therapeutic placements for children and young people. We have two sites, one based near Guildford in Surrey and one in Liss, Hampshire.
Referrals to Elysian for therapeutic or education placements are usually made through the child or young person’s Local Authority, and in most cases this is through the SEND team. Some education providers also refer directly. If you are a parent or a carer, we would recommend speaking to your education provider or Local Authority.
We will do also occasionally take referrals directly from parent/carers and/or other professionals for therapy, ad hoc sessions, our ‘TWE’ 2 hour sessions and programmes that run during weekends and holidays.
Referrers are responsible for funding the placement sought.
If you wish to refer a child or young person to us, please complete the referral form below and email it to email@example.com. Please include relevant documents, such as an EHCP and/or other assessments as appropriate. You can also email the referral team with any questions you have.
We do not usually consider privately funded placement, but may do so on individual basis for TWE or individual therapy sessions, please email us if you wish to inquire further regarding this.
The referral panel meet weekly and review all referrals. We expect to respond to each referral within 2 weeks of the date referred. If this has not happened please do feel free to contact us as there may be an error. We receive referrals every day and hence responses may sometimes be delayed.
If the initial referral is accepted, we may sometimes request more information at this stage before making a decision to proceed. If it is decided that Elysian may be able to meet need, based on the information given, we send an invite to an initial visit.
After the initial visit, we may request further information from parents/carers and professionals.
At this stage we either offer one or two taster sessions/days as part of further assessment (this is undertaken in every case for Education referrals), decline a placement or a placement may also be offered at this stage.
Referrers will then often need to take the placement offer to a panel before a start date is agreed.
Funding for placements are calculated on a ‘per term’ basis and due before the start of each term (or calculated pro-rata and paid on starting if starting date is mid-term).
Placements are usually reviewed as part of Annual EHCP reviews, and some more temporary placements are reviewed termly.