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  1. Local Offer Newsletter

    The Manchester Local Offer Newsletter Below is a list of all of our newsletters, with an idea of what is in each of them. There are several ways you can subscribe to receive the Local Offer newsletter: Email ali.davenport@manchester.gov.uk and ask to be added If you are a parent/carer, join…
  2. The Local Offer Review Board

    From 1 September 2014, the Local Offer Review Board replaced the Learning Difficulties and Disabilities (LDD) Board.  The Board members are from health, education, schools and social care as well as representatives from parent groups in Manchester. The purpose of the board is to ensure…
  3. Local Offer Review Board Membership and Representation 2017

    The Local Offer Review Board Membership and Representation for 2017. The list of members below represent  Local Offer Services and support from a variety of backgrounds in Health Education, Voluntary and Social Care.  All Age Disability Stratergy - Mike Petrou CAMHS - Jo Bromley Career Connect - Aki…
  4. Local Offer Review Board- Minutes and Reports

    The purpose of the board is to ensure the Local Authority is carrying out its statutory responsibilities to prepare, develop and review its Local Offer and to ensure the Local Offer is collaborative, accessible, comprehensive, upto date and transparent. The Board also acts as the Steering…
  5. 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…
  6. Local Offer- You Said, We Did

    There’s lots of ways to feedback to us about the local offer, including SEND services, and the services  you need and use in your local area. By phone 0161 209 8356 By email: localoffer@manchester.gov.uk Manchester Parent Carer Forum & SEND Services Dropin Take a look…
  7. Manchester joint area SEND inspection letter

    In November 2021, Ofsted and the Care Quality Commission conducted a joint inspection of Manchester to judge how effectively the local area has implemented the special educational needs and disability reforms. The findings from the inspection have now been published on the Ofsted website.  …
  8. Manchester's Register of Disabled Children

    Manchester's Register of Disabled Children The Register is a database of children and young people aged 0-19 years with disabilities or special educational needs. The Register aims to improve access and take up of services, and identify gaps in provision. The information you provide is…
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