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A quick guide to the Early Help Assessment

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 From the 28th September, 2015 the…

SEND Local Offer: Who to Contact in Manchester

Information, Advice and Support (IAS) Manchester Telephone: 0161 209 8356 Email: parents@manchester.gov.uk For free confidential and impartial information, advice and support about any matters relating to Special Educational Needs and Disabilities of children and young people up to the age of 25 years. Statutory Assessment…

Travel and Transport

In this section you will find lots of information about travel and transport solutions for Disabled Children, Young People and their families.  

Top Tips for managing your energy supplier

There's plenty of help and support if your energy supplier goes out of business What happens if my energy supplier goes out of business? You will not stop receiving gas and electricity Ofgem www.ofgem.gov.uk, the energy supplier regulator, will move your account to a new…

Early Help Document Page

See the Documents section of the page to download some of our Early Help Documents.

Children & Families

Find information on national and local organisations, services and activities for families, children and young people and the practitioners supporting them.  This includes details of childcare providers (Childminders, Day Nurseries, Playgroups, etc) in Manchester.

Elective Home Education - advice and information

If you are educationg your child from home, or thinking about it - The following areas will be able to provide information and advice: Home Education Advisory Service Elective Home Education Service  Manchester City Council Website

SEN Support in Mainstream Schools

What is SEN support?Every child with special educational needs 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 outcomes…

The Manchester Ordinarily Available Provision for Early Years Document

The Manchester Ordinarily Available Provision document describes the range of support, strategies and activities, that is available in early years settings, to young children with additional needs without the need for a formal diagnosis or specialist support: what is available as part of the basic good practice…

Local Offer Coronavirus Advice and Information

  We know this is an anxious time for SEND families in Manchester. We’ve pulled together some information that we hope will be of help to you. If you are a parent or carer of a disabled child or young person under 25, sign up…