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Offers advice and support for mental health problems; has a network of local associations in England and Wales to which people can turn for help and assistance.
Rutland Parent Carer Voice (formerly known as Rutland Parent Carer Forum) was originally set up in 2007 to allow parents/carers to discuss…
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Rutland Rotaract Family Support Centre is a small local charity which aims to provide social, recreational, educational and therapeutic…
Catmose Federation ensures that students with SEN are supported in a wide variety of ways at all settings including:
A national charity providing free legally based advice to families who have children with special educational needs. All advice is given by trained volunteers. Information on a range of issues is available online and IPSEA also provides telephone advice lines including a Tribunal helpline
Leicestershire Leicester and Rutland Headway is a voluntary organisation specialising in providing support and services to adults with an…
STEPS caters for children from birth until school age, when we provide ongoing support for them. Most children who attend have cerebral…
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The following provides an overview of the additional support that may be put in place at the College:
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If your child has special educational needs (SEN) or a disability it is sometimes difficult to know where to go to for help and advice. The…
Vista provides year round services, activities and a residential holiday for children and young people with sight loss who live in Leicester,…
Sunflowers is a Thursday morning support group for very young children (0-3 years) with additional needs, their siblings and families. We…
We have put together a series of links to support groups and other organisations that provide help related to Special Educational Needs.
The leading UK charity for people with autism (including Asperger syndrome) and their families.
2. Do you have an SEN or SENCO/Inclusion Manager, if so what is
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ACE provides advice and information to parents and carers on a wide range of school based issues including exclusion, admissions, special education needs
All assessments and statements are the responsibility of the SEN Case Officer
Self help group for those with a disability. Lots of advice and assistance.
Advice from the RIASS is available by contacting Jay Tomlinson at Citizens Advice Rutland on 01572 723494
Special Educational Needs comes under the remit of the Inclusion Service. The Head of Service for Inclusion is Vicky Todd
There are local SEN links on RCC’s Local Offer pages : Rutland's SEND Local Offer
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3. Does the authority currently manage SEN and have a system for
Find out about a range of special needs support groups in Rutland. To find national support please visit our Special Needs Support Organisations pages.
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It is our policy that external contact should be made at Head of Service level. Vicky Todd can be contacted via our Customer Services.
1. Who is primarily responsible for all Special Educational Needs