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Transition

The transition from childhood to adulthood can be a stressful time of change, especially if you are a young person with special educational needs and or a disability. You will need to think about and prepare for: Higher education and employment Independent living and housing…

Transition stages

Starting school For more information about choosing and applying for a school reception place for a child with an EHC Plan go to: Early Years SEND Support – Choosing a school For tips and ideas to help your child prepare for and settle into school…

Travel and transport

How to get in touch Children with special needs may be eligible for support with their home-to-school travel. You can find more information by downloading Croydon's Home to School Travel Assistance Policy.  Application form for home to school travel assistance (children aged 5-16) Application form…

Understand the Education Health and Care (EHC) needs assessment process

EHC assessments during the coronavirus pandemic We are working to make sure that the current challenges will not delay or prevent any child who needs EHC assessment from accessing this process. Find out more What is an Education Health and  Care(EHC) needs assessment? Most children and…

Where to live

Some young adults with learning difficulties and / or disabilities will be able to live independently with the correct support. The Joint Community Learning Disability Team can help to arrange support for independent living, support at home and supported housing or other accommodation, such as residential care.…

Youth Disability Service – Programmed Activities

Please note the Youth Clubs are currently operating in a reduced capacity and can only offer services to a small number of existing members.  Apologise but we are currently not taking new referrals until further notice.  For existing members- COVID information: We ask that you keep…

Youth offending

Young people detained in custody and released from custody   Children and young people detained in youth custody – up to age 18 The Youth Offending Service and the SEN team have a system in place to identify whether a young person being detained in…

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