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This week is World Autism Awareness Week, organised by the National Autistic Society.
We are pleased to announce the launch of Cheshire East's Preparing for Adulthood strategy.
Many of our interns returned to their supported internship after Christmas, to find that their work placement was on hold due to the impact of Covid 19.
The Department of Education has an open consultation to seek view on proposed initial changes to the High Needs National Funding Formula.
We are delighted to announce that Cheshire East has become an Autism Education Trust (AET) training hub.
Our Youth Service is relaunching their Youth Forum and really wants our young people and adults with SEND to get involved.
Cheshire East Council's children with disabilities short breaks team support children and young people with additional needs and disabilities.
The February half term is almost upon us and our Family Information Service has put together details of activities that are available in the current lockdown.
Last month members of the parent carer forum were joined by representatives from Cheshire East Council to answer questions that had arisen from the current covid19 lockdown.
Following a Cheshire East Parent Carer Forum survey in September last year about home to school transport, we have listened to the concerns that were highlighted by parents.
The 0-25 SEND Partnership is looking to collate information about training that is currently on offer in Cheshire East around Autism.
CEIAS provides support to both the parents/carers of children with SEND and to young people aged 16+.
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