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  1. Early Help Practitioner Zone

    Please use this link to view our Accessibility Statement. If you require any of our current Early Help products (September 2021 onwards) as produced from this time onwards, in a more accessible format, then please do email us: jeff.burns@manchester.gov.uk or Anthony.gilfillan@manchester.gov.uk Early Help is everybody’s business, and…
  2. Early Help Practitioners Zone

    Effective Early Help is essential to improve the life chances of Manchester’s children, young people and their families. The aim of the Manchester Early Help Service is to build capacity in communities that will prevent crime, support education and enterprise, and keep children, young people…
  3. Get involved and have your say

    You and your young person can have a say in the support and services you need. By sharing your experiences and collaborating with us and other organisations, we can make positive changes that benefit all SEND families in the city. What shall I tell you…
  4. Support from organisations

    This information is part of the Local Offer SEND Information Hub. Here is a selection of organisations and groups in the Manchester area and nationally to support parents/carers and families with children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).  You can also search our online directory…
  5. SEND education

    This information is part of the Local Offer SEND Information Hub.   If you are new to the world of SEND, it might be helpful to read our Guidance For New Parent Carers.   The Special Education and Disability Information, Advice and Support Manchester (SENDIASS) offers free information, advice and support…
  6. What is the Manchester Local Offer?

    This is an introduction to who we are and how we can support you, especially if you are: a parent/carer a young person up to 25 with SEND working with families and young people Watch our short film about Manchester Local Offer.   
  7. How you are having a say

    Watch our short film about Manchester Local Offer.  Here are some of the ways parents/carers and young people with SEND are having their say in the city. Co-production: In these special editions of the newsletter, we share the co-production work in the city. Here is…
  8. Tools and Resources for Practitioners

    Being a carer can mean lots of different things - for young people caring for a member of their family could make them a young carer. Young carers are people under 18 years old who look after a family member who has a disability, illness,…
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