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The Little Book of Best Practice is aimed at anyone interested in local health and care services.
In this article is a letter addressed to all children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), their parents/carers and families, and others who support them.
Whilst there has been disruption over the last few months, providers have been working within the Covid restrictions to continue to deliver services.
November Children's Right's Month (NCRM) is now in full swing, and we are dedicating the whole month to raising awareness of children's rights.
Due to a number of new starters within the Cheshire East Council SEND team, we are sharing a copy of the current structure with job titles, names and contact details.
As with all teams across Cheshire East COVID-19 restrictions have created both challenges and opportunities for the Cheshire East Autism Team (CEAT).
We will be holding our Parent Carer Forum Annual General Meeting on the 12 November 12pm -2pm.
We'd like to share an update on the ongoing work to review and revise our High Needs Funding model
It's been a busy few months for our parent representatives and I wanted to take this opportunity to thank our team of volunteers.
To all parents and carers, the Cheshire East Council SEND locality managers would love you to join them during November for a virtual coffee morning.
Cheshire East Council has praised the staff at Wilmslow High School for achieving a Nasen award
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If you have news to tell, fill in our SENDing you the news form