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We aim to meet the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0) to AA standard. The design of our website includes a number of accessibility features.
But if you have any problems browsing the site please contact us
We are constantly working to improve the sites features and welcome suggestions and comments.
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, please see the Independent Advice and Support page for more information.
You can also report accessibility issues through our feedback tool, this appears on the right side of every Local Offer page.
Read Suffolk's Accessibility Strategy: Suffolk County Council, Children and Young People’s Services: Accessibility Strategy
Making information about your service more accessible for parents/carers of children with SEND
We have co-produced a guidance document with Suffolk Parent Carer Network for providers / services to help when adding information to your record. It focuses on the type of information parents and carers have specifically asked for to be included and, tips on what to think about when adding information.