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  1. Money matters

    If you have a disabled child or young person you or your young person may be entitled to national and local financial support.  The information below provides advice about your rights and entitlements, tips on managing your money and who to talk to if you…
  2. Travel and Transport

    At Suffolk County Council we provide travel for children and young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities for students of statutory school age (Reception to year 11) and for our Post-16 learners in line with travel policies. Where a child or young person is…
  3. Mentoring Young People

    Young people value mentoring for lots of reasons.  It can help them develop their self confidence, support them through life changes, provide a channel to work through mental health challenges and give them skills for developing their career path. Some of our voluntary and community…
  4. 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…
  5. 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…
  6. Education

    Education for children with SEND in Suffolk Suffolk is an inclusive Local Authority, which means that our aim is that most pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) are educated in mainstream settings. Read below to find out more about what we mean by…
  7. Assessments, Education, Health and Care Plans

    The majority of children and young people with special education needs (SEN) or disabilities will have the support they need within local mainstream early years settings, schools or colleges. This is called SEN Support. For some children and young people, although they are receiving support…
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