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(Kent's Local Offer) - Website with information, advice and support for families with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), aged 0-25.
Training information and materials for Kent SEND staff and information and guidance around SEND support in Kent.
Access support from specialist educational professionals.
SEND area teams contact details with some additional information and a link to further SEND service contacts.
Education Health and Care Needs Assessment information, the Kent EHC Plan template and Annual Review information, guidance and documentation.
High Needs Funding (HNF) information, contact details, advice and more for both School age and Post 16 (Further Education).
SEND Policy, Forms and DFE Guidance, Mainstream Core Standards (MCS), the Kent SEND Strategy and the SEND Privacy Notice.
Useful information and links about Further Education for those aged 16+ with SEND.
Home visit service for pre-school children with additional needs.
Information, guidance and forms for supporting pupils with medical conditions and support and training for schools by the Kent Community Health Service.
SENIF is a statutory requirement made available to enable settings supporting pre-school children with special educational needs to secure better outcomes.
Guidance for young people as they transition to adult social care.
Mediation and Resolution
Disability Access Fund is funding support for children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. Emporium is an educational resource loan service.
Page providing information for KCC SEN and The Balanced System.
The AET are supported by the Department for Education offering education professionals training to support autistic children and young people aged 0 to 25.
Specialist teachers provide support and advice to Kent Early Years settings and mainstream schools for children and young adults with additional needs
Contact details to feedback about the Kelsi website pages as well as the processes of the Kent SEND service.
Information about the updated phase transfer process in Kent which informs who does what and key dates.