Why do we have a SEND Local Offer?Preparing for Adulthood - Easy ReadHelpful visual SEND Leaflets SENDIASS VIDEO CLIP for Young People How to Complain Easy ReadOur SEND strategy (2017-2020)
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Council for Disabled Children
How can I get extra help:
So that my child, or young person reaches their academic potential?
What types of support are available?
How do they work out the best way to support my child or young person?
Here you can find:
Help you make decisions about your futureYouth groups Support groups to help you, your parents, carers
Organisations offering Short Breaks
Respite Care (locally and further afield)
for Children and Young People with SEND.
If you're a parent and
After School Clubs,
After School Activities in the area.
Local schools and colleges
What they offer a young person or child, with a Special Educational Need and,or Disabilities (SEND)
Support for you to buy equipment and
Other services to help you and your family provide for your SEND young person or child.
Training opportunities to help support you in your role working with Children and Young People with SEND.
Tell us how we did:
in supporting you,
your child, in Education? so that we can improve
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You can also recommend a service or make a complaint here
EarlyBird and EarlyBird Plus ProgrammeFor parents of autistic children: under school age, or between 4 and 8
Family Support HubProvides a variety of parent courses such as: Triple P (Positive Parenting Programme), Who's in charge, Incredible Years, Parenting Puzzle,etc
Guide for young people wishing to make a complaint