SEND Local Offer
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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).
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
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.
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
- The Buzz website for deaf young peopleThe Buzz has revamped it’s website with lots more content made by and for deaf young people. There is a part of their website for children and young people aged 12 and under, as well as 13 and over. What kind of content will you see? There are reviews from young people about apps they […]
- SEND weekly parent/carer updateThis is the SEND weekly parent/carer update for 3-9 May. If you have questions about SEND we are always here to help. Please don’t hesitate to email email@example.com. We always try to make sure that children and parents/ carers voices are heard. These Weekly SEND parent/carer newsletters are shared with teams within education, health and social […]
- Deaf Awareness WeekDeaf Awareness Week 2021 runs from 3 – 9 May and is themed ‘coming through it together’. The week highlights the various organisations and members who work together to raise awareness of deafness. In the UK alone, there are over 10 million people living with some form of hearing loss, whether it is mild or […]
Read more in our news centre.