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0 to 4 years

Information and advice, services, activities and organisations for children with SEND between 0 and 4 years old.  . 

11 to 16 years

Information and advice, services, activities and organisations for children and young people with SEND between 11 and 16 years old. 

17 to 24 years

Information and advice, services, activities and organisations for children and young people with SEND between 17 and 24 years old. 

5 to 10 years

Information and advice, services, activities and organisations for children with SEND between 5 and 10 years old. 

About the Local Offer

The Local Offer gives children and young people with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND) and their families’ information about help and services that are available in Croydon. This includes information about education, health and social care as well as travel, leisure, preparing for adulthood and independent…

Access to work

Access to work funding is provided by the Department for Work and Pensions to support young people and adults with learning difficulties or disabilities into employment. The funding is for equipment or additional support you may need so you can work. You can find more…

Activity sheets to support your child at home

We have created these downloadable activity sheets and information sheets to help support your child at home. These can give you ideas for play activities, and help with your child’s speech, communication and motor skills. There are also sheets to help them understand why we…

Adult social care and services

Croydon’s adult social care service supports adults needing care and their families and carers. You can find more information on Croydon Council's website Health and social care section (external link). Alternatively, if you are over 18 years old or are a professional wanting to make…

Advocacy

Advocacy is about supporting children and young people with special educational needs or disabilities to make sure that their rights are respected, and their views and wishes are always heard. The aim of advocacy is to make sure young people are protected and their rights…

Apply for speech and language therapy

Speech and language therapy aims to support children's fluency, speech, language, communication skills and feeding difficulties, by working with parents, carers and key professionals to provide timely assessment, therapy and advice. Types of provision include: advice and training for parents of children with specialist levels…

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