Special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and local offer

Early Years Support for Younger Children

The Babcock Prime Early Years team works with early years and childcare settings in Worcestershire to ensure all children access high quality early years education and care to support individual children to achieve their maximum potential in learning and development. Babcock Prime - Early years.

Education, health and care (EHC) plans

If your child’s school or setting is unable to meet their needs through SEN support, they may need more specialist help. This may mean that Worcestershire County Council carries out a needs assessment with your child, called an Education Health and Care Assessment or EHC assessment. Your Life, Your Choice - Education, health and care (EHC) plans.

Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Code of Practice

The SEND Code of Practice explains the duties of local authorities, health bodies, early years settings, schools and colleges to provide for children and young people with special educational needs (SEN) and disabilities, to help them reach their full potential. Your Life, Your Choice - SEND code of practice.

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Information and Support Service (SENDIASS) LogoSpecial Educational Needs and Disabilities Information and Support Service

SENDIASS Worcestershire aims to represent the needs, views and opinions of parents or carers and children and young people to ensure their voice is heard. To achieve this we regularly monitor and evaluate all aspects of our work, and actively seek the views of parents or carers and children and young people in this process. Worcestershire County Council - SENDIASS

The Local Offer

The Local Offer includes information about the education, health and social care services in the local area which are provided for children, young people and families who have SEN or disabilities. Your Life, Your Choice - The Local Offer.

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