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  1. Education Send

    This section includes information about Education and Support for children with additional needs under 5 years old, Specialist Support Schools for children aged 5 - 16 years and post-16 education for young people.  Special Education Needs and Disability Information, Advice Support Service Manchester
  2. The Care and Support Jargon Buster

    The Care and Support Jargon Buster is a plain English guide to the most commonly used social care words and phrases and what they mean. The definitions were developed and tested by a steering group that included people who use services, carers, representatives from local…
  3. Online safety for children with SEND

    How to help your child stay safe online, set up parental controls, report cyberbullying and what sexting and online grooming are. The internet is a great tool for children and young people with SEND to be part of a community. Your child can have a…
  4. Welcome to Manchester Local Offer

    We’re about all things SEND (special educational needs and disabilities) for children and young people up to the age of 25 in the Manchester City Council area and their parents/carers. What is the Manchester Local Offer?  Our newsletter Our monthly drop ins Local Offer SEND…
  5. Sign up for the Local Offer newsletter

    Sign up for the Local Offer newsletter on the Manchester City Council e-bulletin system. How to do this Put in your email address. Do the CAPTCHA and click the consent box. You have the option of creating a password but you don't need to do…
  6. Manchester's Register of Disabled Children

    Manchester's Register of Disabled Children The Register is a database of children and young people aged 0-19 years with disabilities or special educational needs. The information you provide can help to assist in the planning, monitoring and development of services for disabled children and their…
  7. Stuff to Do

    There are lots of leisure activities for children and young people with a disability in Manchester. There are also lots of mainstream clubs and activities which are accessible to disabled children, known as 'universal services'.   You can:  Use the 'Search the Service Directory' facility at…
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