SchoolKit Clinics – the style of school clinics you’ll find described throughout this website – are multidisciplinary and interagency case management meetings held at, and facilitated by, a child’s school to support children and adolescents with disability and complex health and educational needs.



Clinics bring together the people involved in a child’s care to make shared decisions around strategies for addressing specific issues in a holistic manner. Most importantly, the child and their family are placed at the heart and centre of all decisions made. Together the group endeavours to deal effectively with complex issues, and improve the quality of life for the child and their family.

As an alternative way of working, SchoolKit Clinics have proven invaluable for resolving specific issues and problems, and for helping a child through periods of change and transition. They improve professional practices, they improve outcomes, and they change lives for the better.