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Welcome to our Local Offer

Our Local Offer is the place that provides and directs you to information that will support children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).

If your child does not have SEND but you feel they need support in some part of their development, the information on this website can help.

It helps parents, children and young people aged 0 to 25 years find information about specialist and targeted services and activities in North East Lincolnshire.

For a full explanation of the Local Offer watch the Council for Disabled Children video. You can read more about what the local offer is on the Council for disabled people website.

Find the information or help you need

Parents and carers

If you are a parent or carer needing help with a child that has Special Educational Needs and Disabilities you can find out what support is out there in our parent and carers pages.

Children and young people

If you are a young person that needs some help with your care, school, getting ready for adult life or you just want to know what is happening in the area go to our children and young people pages.


For SEN resources, online learning, training and key documents go to our professionals pages.

Latest news and events

  • Programme to help young people with autism now open for bids
    Schools in our area are being invited to bid to become part of a pilot programme set to improve support for youngsters with autism. The programme is part of a pilot in partnership with NHS England called ‘Autism in Schools’ and will include up to ten local schools. The aim is to provide an uplift […]
  • My Time to Play for children with sight loss
    Guide Dogs’ My Time to Play is a free service that helps children with sight loss aged from birth to four develop a broad range of skills through play in a group setting (both in-person and online). As a parent, being in a group means you’ll be able to meet people who are in a […]
  • NEL SENCo’s can engage with parents through workshops
    Would you like to build parental engagement in children’s learning and development? Would you like to extend the skills of staff who work with children and young people with SEND? We can help! Join one or more of our free monthly curriculum workshops at Central Family Hub. There has never been a time when relationships […]

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