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  1. Independent advice and support

    We know that navigating the processes around SEND can be daunting. There are various local and national advice and support services that might be useful to you; the details of which are below, but if you can't find what you're looking for, do drop us…
  2. Health

    There are a range of health services available for children and young people aged 0-25 based on an individual’s health need. In order to access any health service in Suffolk you, or your child/young person will need to be registered with a Suffolk GP. Children…
  3. Training for adults

    In order to support those in the community who have connecting moments with young people, we have a series of training available to you.  These are accessible for any over 18s who have some contact with young people (this does not need to be in…
  4. Volunteering

    We know how important volunteers are in supporting youth activities in communities.  Without volunteers, many groups wouldn't operate, so they are hugely valued by the young people who attend them.
  5. Preparing for Adulthood and Employment

    Preparing for Adulthood can be an exciting time for many young people.  There may be new opportunities, choices and increased independence, but it can also be a difficult and uncertain time for young people and their parents and carers. It might require more careful consideration…
  6. Financial and debt advice

    See  Suffolk InfoLink | Listings in Money  for organisations that offer support on social welfare issues including: Benefits – information on what benefits are available and how to apply Debt – support to manage debt with information about your choices and helping you to find a Financial…
  7. Family Hubs

    Our Health & Children's Centres / Family Hubs offer information, advice and support to families in Suffolk with children aged 0-19 years. These pages provide key information about the early help available from councils, health services, education services, housing services and community organisations.  You are…
  8. Leisure Activities and Short Breaks

    Since April 2011 every local authority has had a duty to provide a range of short break services for children and young people with additional needs and disabilities. In Suffolk, Activities Unlimited provides short breaks and leisure activities to disabled children aged 0-25. 
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