Support for children aged 0-25 with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

Advice & Information

Preparing for and becoming a new parent, or having a new baby is one of the biggest changes to any relationship and on our individual lives.The stage of readiness and ...
The way we respond during an argument can impact whether they are resolved. Our responses can be through our words or actions. What do you do in an argument? ...
Separating can be difficult for everyone involved particularly when it comes to parenting together. You may come across challenges in your relationship with your ex-partner that make is difficult to ...
If your child or young person has a learning difficulty or disability, the first thing to remember is that you’re not alone. Speaking with, or reading about other parents experiences ...
You can apply for help with childcare costs whilst studying, whether you are at school, further education or higher education. How to apply for support You could get weekly payments through Care ...
Supported employment helps young people and adults with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) find and continue in work. Support might include help with: looking for a job completing job applications attending interviews starting a ...
Supported housing means paying to live in a home that is owned by someone else. You get your own room and share other parts of the house. The cost of ...
Supported living is a way of helping adults with learning disabilities to have the opportunity to live as independently as possible. The government and Department of Health and Social Care ...
Each hub has a targeted family support team; a team of workers who help children, young people and families to understand their needs and the support that they may already ...