Articles (243)

  1. Help & Support for you

    Support for Young Carers  A young carer is someone aged 18 or under who helps look after a relative who has a condition, such as a disability, illness, mental health condition, or a drug or alcohol problem. Most young carers look after one of their…
  2. Best practice for adding or updating a service

    Here you will find our top tips on what to include and how to format your record. Content  Make sure your title explains what your service does not just your company name. For example, “Digital skills courses from Manchester Adult Education Service” rather than just…
  3. Manchester Young Carers Award for Schools & Settings

    Welcome and thank you for your interest in the Manchester Young Carers in Schools & Settings Awards! We all have a responsibility for ensuring young carers in Manchester are providing a level of care that is appropriate; know what their rights are; and are not spending so much time caring for someone else that…
  4. Welcome To Manchester Local Offer

      Welcome to Manchester Local Offer. This is an introduction to who we are and how we can support you, whether you are a parent carer, family member, or working in the city with families. We’re about all things SEND for children and young people…
  5. Stuff To Do - Central Manchester

    Here are some on-going activities in Central Manchester suitable for children and young people with SEND. If we've missed anything, email ali.davenport@manchester.gov.uk. You can also email Ali to sign up to our newsletter and find out about free activities in the school holidays as part of…
  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. Local Offer SEND Information Hub

      Welcome to Manchester Local Offer’s SEND Information Hub. There's a lot of information out there for the city's families, so we’ve created this resource to bring it together in one place. To learn more about us, please visit Welcome to Manchester Local Offer. If you…
  8. Living Independently

    Find information, advice and support for adults, including those who care for people.  If you are concerned about the welfare of someone who may be at risk or harm, please call Manchester City Council's Contact service on 0161 234 5001.
View all related service listings