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Services and information for children and young people with SEN and/or disabilities

Hampshire's Local Offer for Special Educational Needs and / or Disabilities


Your Local Offer - Information and services available in Hampshire for children and young people (birth to 25) who have Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND).

The Local Offer includes information about education, health, social care, preparation for adulthood, leisure services and impartial information advice and support.

Hampshire’s Local Offer (co-produced with parents, carers and young people) aims to help you find your way through the maze of information to reach the best solutions for you / your child.

Feedback - Your feedback is very important!

It will help us to improve the Local Offer and the services we offer. If you notice any gaps in services or information not currently included, please tell us. Please complete our feedback form to let us know what you think.

To see details of feedback received please click here.

Hampshire Gateway

To see leisure and play activities for children and young people with SEND you can view the Hampshire Gateway records here.

Hampshire borders

If you live on the border of Hampshire, you may wish to see the neighbouring authority's Local Offer. Click here to view Hampshire's neighbouring local authorities and their Local Offers.

A message from the The Council for Disabled Children ....

The Children and Families Act came into force in September 2014, heralding the biggest reforms to Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) in a generation.

At the time, our Director Dame Christine Lenehan said changes would take another generation to embed.

As we reach the Act’s fifth anniversary, we want to hear your views in our annual survey on the experiences, successes and challenges, and get your feedback on future priorities for SEND.

Click here to take part and have your say.                                                         October 2019                                                               

                                                                 

 

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