Young people with SEND may start thinking about living independently as they get older. It is very important that they have choices and control when making decisions about their lives. For young people with an education, health and care (EHC) plan, independent living options will be discussed with them as part of their transition planning from Year 9 onwards.
For parents/carers of a child with a disability to apply for the TIE activity discount card and become registered on the TIE database. Together...
Are you a child or young person in Doncaster struggling with your thoughts and feelings and don't know where to go? You can access information and advice on this page.
Doncaster Youth Council is a diverse group of local young people aged 11-19, who want to ensure the voices of young people in Doncaster are heard. We work to ensure young people have a say in the decisions that are made within Doncaster.
email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Tel: 01302 734581
More and more young people engage in behaviours that jeopardise not only their current state of health but their health in the future, for example:
Doncaster Young Advisors help organisations and local services improve their products and delivery to make them more young people friendly
We offer a range of informal, nationally accredited awards which can help every young person in the borough to achieve their full potential - by providing recognition for activities in which they already take part, or by encouraging them to try out new adventures.
Tips to help visually impaired pupils in schools:
Doncaster Families Information Service (FIS) is the best place to get information about registered childcare providers in the area. We hold up to date lists of Ofsted registered childminders, nurseries, out-of-school and holiday clubs. We can also provide information about unregistered childcare, such as nannies or parent-and-toddler groups.