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  1. Flexible Working Options

    Flexible working benefits you by giving you a better work-life balance while still being able to earn a living. All employees with 26 weeks of service have a statutory right to request flexible working although this is at the employer’s discretion. Please see the Carers…
  2. Frequently Asked Questions Transport

    How do I get a bus pass for school? Contact the Travel Co-ordination Unit on 0161 219 6400 to see if you are eligiable. How do I get a bus pass for Leisure? Contact Transport for Greater Manchester on 0161 244 1000, for details of bus passes and consessionary bus…
  3. Get Involved & Have Your Say

      You and your young person can have a say in the support and services you need. By sharing your experiences and working together with us and other organisations, we can make positive changes that benefit all SEND families in the city.   What do…
  4. Getting Older

    Please use the sub-categories to find what you are looking for. For more information on getting the most out of the directory, see search help.
  5. GP Appointments Designed for Carers

    If you are registered with a GP in Manchester you can access appointments designed just for carers. Arrange an appointment by contacting the Manchester Carers Forum on 0161 819 2226 between 10:00am-4:30pm or email info@manchestercarersforum.org.uk Please see the Manchester Carers Forum website for further information…
  6. Guidance For New Parent Carers

      Having a child with special educational needs and/or disability (SEND) can affect all areas of life; day to day living, finances and family relationships, as well as your emotional wellbeing and the fun stuff. There is so much information out there. You probably wonder how best…
  7. Guidance on statutory visits to children with special educational needs and disabilities or health conditions in long-term residential settings

    Please view the Statutory Guidance on visiting children with special educational needs and disabilities or health conditions in long term residential care .(November 2017) https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/visiting-children-in-residential-special-schools-and-colleges. The guidance is aimed primarily at local authorities, health bodies and health or educational establishments. Based on The Visits to…
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