Please call 024 7636 6054 if you would like to be added to the SEND Information, Advice and Support Service mailing list to receive regular updates.

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If you are starting to think of post 16 options, the best place to begin is to arrange a meeting with the careers adviser in your school or college. This person will be able to offer you advice on the options available and what you need to do. They can help you to set up contacts and arrange visits for you to see what is available.

Please note reviews of state special schools in Warwickshire are the subjective opinions of Schoolsnet members and not of Schoolsnet.

The new SEND Code of Practice which came into effect on 1 September requires that you put a link form your school website to these pages. You are also required to publish your SEN Information Report on your website.

This group is for people with a diagnosis of Autism/Aspergers and their families. We provide a caring and sympathetic environment.  The children are able to play safely under their own parent’s supervision. We have computers, toys, Lego, books.

Central Government is removing the existing Disability Living Allowance (DLA) and replacing it with the new Personal Independence Payments (PIPs). This change will affect a large number of disabled people across the country; however there are concerns that some people currently eligible for DLA may not be eligible for a PIP.

Each venue will host a morning meeting 10am – 12.30pm and an evening meeting 7pm – 9.30pm with drop-in sessions from 1pm to 5pm.

Coffee Mornings – Last Thursday of the Month; 10am – 12pm

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LEAPS (Listening Ear and Parent Support) Tel: 01788 565675 leaps@relaterugby.plus.com

Admission: £2.00 for a person diagnosed & a carer, any additional members of your group 30p each.

We design and make equipment to enable disabled people to:

We are looking for trustees to join our organisation. If you are interested please contact Mrs Kelly Mills

ILEAP’s School Holiday Events Inclusive leisure opportunities for the school holidays. www.ileap.co.uk / 01789 260644 / 07980 004381/ ileap@stratford-dc.gov.uk

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Fill in the attached application form and return to mailto:lynnebarton@btinternet.com; if you need more information please do contact Lynne on 07712326273.

Union Place Baptist Church & Community Centre, Oban Road, Longford, Coventry CV6 6HH

Warwickshire Employment Support Team (WEST) is a countywide service for people with a learning disability, Austism or Asperger’s who want to find paid work. In order to meet Warwickshire County Council’s budget reductions, they are proposing to close the WEST service. The Council is consulting on the impact of this decision. To find out more information about face to face events, or to submit a written response, please click here. The deadline to respond is 30th September 2016.

The WWRAS telephone hotline is open Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 2 to 4pm (0845) 241 0396 and is for anyone who wants help to challenge a PIP decision. Any Warwickshire residents can also contact WWRAS by email at info@wwras.org.uk, or write to them at 1 Stratford Street, Nuneaton CV11 5BS.

Help develop the Local OfferHelp shape the SEND Local Offer including sending comments and complaints

Pat Tate (Service Manager) – 01926 736168  pattate@warwickshire.gov.uk Nigel Minns (Head of Education and Learning) – 01926 742588  nigelminns@warwickshire.gov.uk

Autism Friendly Haircuts Mopp Heads (Leamington Spa), recommended by Rugby Autism Network (RAN) 07771 984 361

Warwickshire SEND Information, Advice and Support Service Canterbury House, Exhall Grange Campus Easter Way Ash Green Coventry CV7 9HP

Following on from the very successful event Nuneaton and Bedworth Leisure Trust put on at Bermuda Adventure Soft play Centre for Children in Need in November 2015, we are really pleased to announce that NBLT will start monthly Disability and Special Needs sessions at Bermuda Soft play centre, starting in January on the last Friday of every month.  This session will be open to children with a disability or special needs and their siblings (under the age of 18.) The first 8 dates are listed below

All children must be accompanied by an appropriate adult.

Most school aged children will go to a mainstream school. If your child doesn’t have an EHC Plan or a statement of special educational needs you apply for a school place in the same way as other parents. You can find more information and apply for a school place online.

Why not join us every Monday evening for lego club?

This new ILEAP session will run once a month on a Saturday (10.15am -12 noon) in the lovely new pavilion at Stratford-on-Avon High School.

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The sessions place on Tuesdays from 7:20-8:20pm for young people aged 11+ years old. It is £2 per person, free for carers. The sessions are drop ins so no need to book. The football is being led by Sky Blues in the Community, which is registered charity and part of Coventry City Football Club. It is also in partnership with Rugby Borough Council.

Seasons Restaurant are now offering an early meal option for children and families to experience eating out in a safe environment.

Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity to participate in a Workshop entitled Discover Your True Voice, with the internationally acclaimed Chris James.  www.chrisjames.net

Autism World A programme of events for the school holidays, including a day at the beach, a drama workshop, and a trip to the Midland Air Museum.

Take a Break Warwickshire provides community based short breaks for children and young adults who have a disability or life threatening illness, and adults with a learning disability. This support enables people to live their lives to their full potential, gain skills and move towards independence with confidence.  Please visit the Take a Break website for more information.

Please call 024 7636 6054 if you would like to be added to the Warwickshire SEND Information, Advice and Support Service mailing list to receive regular updates.

Come along to our parent peer support group. Join us on the third Thursday of every month at Bedworth Heath Community Centre.

SEND Information and Advice ServiceSupport for parents and carers of all Warwickshire children with SEND

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Further details of the support that Warwickshire schools provide to learners with SEN are detailed in the Warwickshire provision matrix (PDF, 440.81 KB)