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If your child’s special educational needs (SEN) cannot be met through SEN support then their setting may ask the local authority to carry out an education, health and care (EHC) needs assessment to determine if your child needs an education, health and care plan (EHCP).
All early years providers are required to have arrangements in place to identify and support children with SEN or disabilities and to promote equality of opportunity. These requirements are set out in the EYFS framework.
This section of the Local Offer provides information about the support available to you and your child during their early years. The term “early years” covers the early years from birth to five years old.
Housing adaptations help you to stay mobile in and around your home.
Read about the latest updates, find out how you can get involved and give us your honest feedback on the Local Offer.
All children grow and develop at their own pace; but it's important to monitor children’s development and learning because the earlier a special educational need (SEN) is identified, the better a child’s chances are of achieving their full potential. This page provides information on child development in the early years (0-5 years), and what you can do if you have concerns about your child's development.
These days there is loads of technology available that people are using (often with help from relatives) to stay independent, safe and well. Take a look at the examples below for some inspiration.
AskSARA is an award-winning online self-help guide providing expert advice and information on products and equipment for older and disabled people.
What a Disabled Person's Bus and Train Pass is, whether you qualify for a pass, how to apply or renew your pass, and what to do if you lose your pass. Including information about senior bus passes.
Doncaster wants to ensure its residents live in homes that support good health and wellbeing. Providing the right homes and support is vital in enabling vulnerable people to live independently in the community; ensuring they have choice and control of where and how they live.