If children and young people age 0-25yrs have (SEND), Sefton's Local Offer website will provide them, their families and professionals with accessible information about services and support available locally.
The Local Offer helps you to understand what services you can expect from a range of local agencies, including your statutory entitlements, eligibility and referral criteria, including your Education, Health and Care Plan.
The Local Offer also makes clear what is available from a wide range of services, including:
- Early Years & Growing Up
- Education, Schools & Learning
- Being Active & Having Fun
- Health Services
- Social Care
- Travel & Transport
- Preparing for Adulthood
For more information about what the Local Offer can do for you, visit the following link
Sefton Council wants children and young people across the borough to reach their full potential and fully recognises that services for those with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) need improvements.
The development of an action plan is already being developed following the Ofsted and Care Quality Commission review that says the local area’s provision needs work to ensure it meets the needs of children, young people and families and The Council recognises that the partnership needs to hold leaders in health to account for actions.
A copy of the Ofsted letter is available here