Resources for Parents & Young People

Do you have a question about SEND?

We recognise that this will be a worrying time for families of young people with additional needs and are committed to helping you with any questions or enquiries you might have about SEND.
As most council employees are now working from home in line with government advice, please contact us using the 'Get in touch' form on the homepage. Also, you can call the general SEND Advice Line on 01744 67 10 54
This will make sure that your enquiry is passed to the right person and you receive an appropriate response as quickly as possible.

You can also access information via SEND - Local Offer Facebook Group.

In this section you can find resources for young people and parents on home learning, returning to school and support while your child is in school.

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Talking to your children. Drug and Alcohol Awareness for Parents. 

To find out more, please download a leaflet here

FANTASTIC VOLUNTEERING OPPORTUNITY

WOULD YOU LIKE TO WORK ALONG SIDE A SMALL st helens iass supporting families of SEND logoLOCAL SUCCESFUL TEAM?

ST HELENS IASS ARE LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS TO SUPPORT PARENTS WITH CHILDREN WITH SEND

GREAT OPPORTUNITIES TO IMPROVE YOUR SKILLS WITH POSSIBILITIES TO DEVELOP YOUR OWN KNOWLEDGE AROUND SEND

VOLUNTEER TRAINING WILL BE OVER 4 WEEKS STARTING IN JUNE 2021- DELIVERED BY A MEMBER OF THE IASS TEAM.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:

beverleyellis@sthelens.gov.uk

 

St Helens IASS offer the following training opportunities:

Training to parents on the Educational Health Care Process (EHCP)
Training for Volunteers who wish to support the IASS Service
Training to professionals on the Educational Health Care Process (EHCP)
For more information please email IASS@sthelens.gov.uk or call 01744 673428
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The purpose of the Local Offer is to enable parents and young people to see more clearly what services are available for children with special educational needs and disabilities in their area, and how to access them.

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