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  1. Exam Concessions

    Exams can be stressful for any student and sometimes even more so for those with Special Educational Needs. If your child or young person has a disability, health condition or specific learning difficulty such as dyslexia then it may be that their school or college…
  2. Finding a Local Support Group

    Being able to share your experiences with other people in a similar situation can be a tremendous comfort for many parents. There are a number of support groups in Hampshire, some aimed at parents of children who have specific disabilities, while others cover a broad…
  3. First aid kit for babies

    More than 1 million children a year are involved in an accident in the home. Most aren't serious, but it's sensible to make sure your first aid box contains the essentials. Choose a waterproof, durable box that's easy to carry. It's much easier to take…
  4. Gaining Work Experience

    Work Experience is where you can work for a short time to understand more about what it is like to have a job. Work experience is a far more flexible term but normally refers to some form of temporary work placement within a company where you will work on…
  5. Gateway Card

    The Gateway Card is part of the Short Breaks universal offer and supports parents and carers to access attractions throughout Hampshire and further afield. This card indicates to providers that you have already supplied evidence of eligibility to the Short Breaks Team, which in turn…
  6. Get Your Rights

    Get Your Rights is a new interactive website for children and young people that provides information on young people's rights when using the NHS.  This website has been co-produced with children and young people and tells you everything you need to get the most out…
  7. Getting Involved

    In Hampshire County Council Adult services we want to make sure that people who use services are at the heart of what we do as a department. This means there are a lot of things going on to involve people who use services and carers…
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