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  1. Support for young people with SEND to access Apprenticeships

    Support is available for apprenticeships with additional needs The Government provides extra funding to support apprentices with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND). Payments of £1,000 each are available for training providers and employers with apprentices aged 16 to 18, or 19 to 24 who…
  2. SEN Support in Mainstream Schools

    What is SEN support?Every child with Special Educational Needs (SEN) should have SEN support. This means help that is additional to or different from the support generally given to other children of the same age. The purpose of SEN support is to help children achieve the…
  3. Disagreement Resolution and Mediation Services in Manchester

    Most disagreements can be sorted out by talking with the school, college, local authority, or Clinical Commissioning Group. Sometimes it can be difficult to reach agreement and SENDIASS Manchester. SENDIASS Manchester can help by providing impartial information, advice and support. Where issues can still not be resolved,…
  4. SEND Inclusion Funding and DAF Funding

    Most children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) will have their needs met through universal provision or through services available through the Manchester Early Years Pathway for children aged 0-5 with a special educational need or disability A small number of children will have…
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