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The local offer needs to be accessible to all families with a child / young person with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND), not just to those with access to the internet. Developing a paper copy of the local offer has been suggested however, there are challenges in keeping printed information up to date. In Suffolk professionals are encouraged to support families to use the local offer, as well as encouraging families to access the support provided by the SEND Information Advice and Support Service (SENDIASS).
Information regarding Suffolk’s Local Offer can be supplied in different formats by request. Please call 01473 260026 or email email@example.com