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Contact details for advice, support and information from specialist teachers, educational psychologists, the assessment team, specialist social workers and liaison officers.
A list of local support groups for parents and carers of children with special educational needs and disabilities.
Who to speak to if you think your child needs extra help.
Free courses for parent carers of children and young people who have or may have special educational needs or disability (SEND).
Impartial and confidential information, advice and support service.
How to get help in your caring role.
Help for families going through an EHC assessment or developing an EHC plan.
Help to resolve disagreements and how to contact the local special educational needs mediation service.
Useful websites for further information.
Help available if you are struggling to cope with parenting and general advice for parents and carers.
You are a young carer if you are under 18 years and look after someone in your family. Find out what help you can get.
Claiming benefits, making decisions and support when someone you care for is approaching adulthood.
Information for parents and carers about the Common Assessment Framework (CAF) Team around the family (TAF) meetings and lead professionals.
If you would like to talk to someone about your social care needs call us on 0300 123 6720.
Many organisations provide free information, advice and support such as helplines, email, face-to-face support, legal advice and tribunal representation.
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