Accessibility Options

We are talking to young people to find out what information they would like as part of the local offer. We currently have information for young people up to 19 years of age on Youthoria.

Information on the SEND reforms 

The Council for Disabled Children have produced some guides for young people as well as videos of young people talking about the changes to SEND support. They have guides on:

Special educational needs and disability support: what's changing?
The local offer
Making decisions about your SEND support
Education, health and care plans
Post-16 choices

They have also produced a series of videos of young people explaining the changes. View the videos for young people

Mencap have produced an easy read guide to the changes to SEND support for young people. 

Young People's Advisory Group on SEND reforms

EPIC stands for Equality, Participation, Influencing, Change. EPIC were a group of 16 disabled young people from across the country who were supported by the Council for Disabled Children to advise the Department for Education on changes to the special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) system as part of the Children and Families Bill.

If you are a young disabled person who wants to have their say on these issues, or you work with disabled children and young people who do, then get in touch to find out how you can be involved.

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