- Accessing the Local Offer, Family Services Directory and Young Merton
- The Care Act 2014
- Complaints about services for children and young people with SEN or disabilities
- Disability Database for children and young people
- Feedback on Merton's Local Offer
- First-tier Tribunal - Special Education Needs and Disabilities (Single Route of Redress – National Trial)
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Whether you are a young person with a physical impairment, learning disability or any other condition, Scope's website provides information to support you. There is also a free confidential helpline for all.
The Specialist Employability Support service supports unemployed disabled adults with complex needs to gain the skills they need to live independent lives and to move into employment. Shaw Trust delivers nationwide. SES is co-financed through the European Social Fund. If you are interested in joining Specialist Employability Support please…
Sky Badger is a charity that finds help and adventure for disabled children and their families all over the UK. The website provides information on everything from holidays, days out, education, finances, medical information etc. with links to support groups and forums.
Positive activities and opportunities for young people with disabilities aged 12-18 years during holidays, term time evenings and weekends. Referrals for children and young people living in Merton are accepted.
A parent-led website supplying information, resources and training for parents and carers of children and young people with special needs and disabilities. SNJ aims to inform, educate and empower families so their children get the help they need.
Thinking Ahead is an approach to supporting families to talk about and plan for the future, including planning for leaving school and college and thinking about adult life. There are two planning guides to give families information they may need and ideas to encourage conversations.…
The Transition Information Network is a source of information and good practice for disabled young people, families and professionals. The Network provides targeted information about transition through online resources, publications and at events. This includes education and employment information, advice and support, activities, health issues, housing…
Merton’s Youth Justice Team aims to prevent youth reoffending in Merton through multi-agency partnership working. It incorporates representatives from a wide range of services (Police, Probation, Social Care, Health, Education and Voluntary Organisations), which allows it to respond to the needs of young people who…