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Our draft strategy sets out how we will work in partnership to provide the right services at the right time for children, young people and adults living with sensory impairments.
We recently made a decision that the home-to-school travel arrangements services currently delivered by our transport company will be delivered directly by Cheshire East Council from April 2022.
Cheshire East's supported internship programme has seen some excellent outcomes for our SEND young people over the last 12 months.
Inspectors from Ofsted and the Care Quality Commission recently found that effective communication with families about changes to SEND services could be improved.
The outcome of our recent visit by Ofsted and the Care Quality Commission (CQC) has now been published.
Free places are now available for children and young people eligible for free school meals.
Cheshire East became an Autism Education Trust (AET) training hub in January this year.
The Cheshire East sensory inclusion service supports children and young people with hearing and/or visual difficulties and their families.
Cheshire East 0-25 SEND Partnership has launched its digital marketing campaign this week to raise awareness of the online resource with support services for children and young people.
We've recently undertaken a recommissioning exercise to refresh a number of short breaks services for disabled children.
Following a joint commissioning exercise between Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group and Cheshire East Council, three recurrent permanent occupational therapy posts have been commissioned.
Councils in England facing funding gaps plan to cut special needs support.
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