Here you will find a series of short video clips for children and young people explaining important changes to the SEN and disability support system.
What is the SEND Local Offer
What you need to know about the SEND Reforms
Education Health and Care (EHC) Plans
Post 16 Support
SENCOs and other help at school
Transition from child to adolescent to adult mental health services - a young persons perspective
Three young people describe, in an intensely personal way, how the transition from CAMHS felt for them. They discuss the onset of their mental health problems and their experience of transition to adult services, which they describe as scary, confusing, and ‘like falling down a cliff with rocky bits’.
Accessibility at Elections
Click here to see the Electoral Commission's easy read guide to voting for those with SEND.
The easy read guide provides information about:
- how to register to vote
- how to cast a vote with confidence at a polling station
- how to apply for a postal and proxy vote.
The Electoral Commission is also producing a series of videos to show that voting is not always accessible for everyone and the simple things that can be done to improve the voting experience.
What happens when you call NHS 111
Some people with a learning disability, autism or both do not know what NHS 111 is. This is a short film for people with learning disabilities, autism or both which shows:
- what NHS 111 is for
- what to expect during a 111 call
- tips on how to have a good 111 call.
Call for Talent – Care Education and Treatment Reviews (CETRs)
The link below is asking young people to come forward to help make a video about Care Education and Treatment Reviews (CETRs). They do not need to know a lot about CETRs to apply, we are looking for young people (under the age of 25) with Learning Disability or Autism who have presenting skills or who could support with a piece of art work.
Please click here to watch the video.