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All of Us - Young People's Forum

Who is this for?  They are for any young people who have SEND whether they have an EHCP or not.  Most young people who have attended are 11-21. So far the groups have discussed issues including: Mental Health Transport Time with friends Independence Support in…

Cumbria Careers Information Advice and Guidance - Inspira

On behalf of Cumbria County Council Inspira provides careers information advice and guidance for young people with an EHCP from year 9 upwards. We work closely with schools and colleges to support transition planning, the help we provide is bespoke and tailored to meet individual…

Independent Living

From year 9 onwards, when young people start planning for their future, they should be given information about the support available to help with housing.  This includes benefits and funding available to support people with SEND to live independently, as well as personal budgets, community…

Interpreting and Translation Service

Cumbria County Council Children's Services is committed to making sure that all members of the public can access our services. Therefore it may be necessary from time to time to use an interpretation service or to translate documents into other languages or formats. Contact us:  Allyson…

Learning disabilities: Annual Health Checks

People with learning disabilities often have poorer physical and mental health than other people. This doesn't need to be the case. The Annual Health Check scheme is for adults and young people aged 14 or above with learning disabilities who need more health support and who…

Preparation for Adulthood Virtual Fair 2021

             Welcome video from Hayley Stewart                    SEND Engagement and Communications OfficerCumbria County Counciland is a SEND Parent Hayley is also the Secretary of SENDAC, the new statutory parent carer forum for parents and…

Preparing for Adulthood

Students with SEND reflect on their learning journeys. 

Ready Steady Go - Transition out of Children's Services to Adults

Transition to adult care: Ready Steady GoReady Steady Go is all about the transition of moving on from children’s services to adult services. The word transition describes the process of preparing, planning and moving you to adult services in a way you are happy with.…

Useful Apprenticeship & Training Information

To receive notifications of apprenticeships and vacancies, please contact Inspira Advice Services: http://www.inspira.org.uk/contact-us National Apprenticeship Website: www.apprenticeships.org.uk Many national and local companies recruit through this website - you can apply for vacancies once you have registered.  You can 'search' for vacancies by type, by postcode or county.  …
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