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This section provides information about the health and social care professionals and services that support children and young people with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND).
Our SEND Social Club is suitable for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities who are aged 8 – 16 years. We believe all children and young people should have access to all of our Youth Hubs and we pride ourselves in making sure we provide a safe, welcoming environment for all children and young People to be themselves, participate in fun activities and meet new friends. All of our Youth Hubs have disabled access, toilets and lifts.
Together Information Exchange (TIE) is a voluntary register of children and young people 0-19 with disabilities in Doncaster. All local authorities are required by the Children Act 1989 to hold a register of disabled children and young people. Doncaster's register is administrated by Doncaster's Families Information Service. The information you provide is kept on a secure database and supports in planning for the future across all services that support families with disabilities.
All schools should have a clear approach to identifying and responding to SEN. The benefits of early identification are widely recognised – identifying need at the earliest point and then making effective provision improves long-term outcomes for the child or young person. (Reference Chapter 6 SEND Code of Practice 2015)
The community paediatrics pathway is the route for Doncaster’s children and young people to get assessed for autism, ADHD and non-global developmental delay via a General Developmental Assessment (GDA).
Training, Apprenticeships, Supported Internships & Employment for children and young people with SEND.
This Privacy Notice sets out what you need to know about how Doncaster Council will use your information for the Special Educational Needs (SEN) Service.
To request support from Doncaster SENDIAS service. SENDIAS (formerly known as SAIDSEND) provides information, advice and support (IAS) to parents,...
Preparing for adulthood is a process that all young people go through when they move on from being a teenager and become an adult.
There are lots of different ways you can join in activities that interest you across the Borough. See below for key information to help you get involved.