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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 CartyEquality…

Lancashire and Cumbria Autism Support Hub

Free advice, support and guidance for autistic children The Lancashire and Cumbria Autism Support Hub is a brand-new dedicated space that brings autistic people, clinicians, and like-minded parents with real experiences together to share knowledge, ideas and experiences.  Created by leading mental health provider, Clinical Partners in…

Lancashire and Cumbria Sensory Education Session

Cumbria were invited to attend a sensory education session which was developed in conjunction with parents/carers and Occupational Therapists. If you would like to understand more about your child's sensory needs and how to meet them, then this video session will be useful for you.…

Local Offer Guidance for Settings

To assist settings to develop their Local Offer, each establishment may wish to use the downloadable prompt as responses to the questions.  The responses should be able to relate to parents/carers and young people especially in relation to participation, clarity of language and information about where to…

Mobility vehicles, car adaptations and equipment for children and young people with SEND

If you are unable to use a standard car due to your needs, you could: get a specialist vehicle have a car adapted get equipment for your car Mobility Vehicles If your needs make it hard for you to get about, and you receive a…

Moving into School

Starting school can be an exciting time for children as they learn to cope with a wide variety of new experiences and demands.  For children with special educational needs and disabilities this sometimes may have extra challenges.  It is helpful for the child if their…

North East and Cumbria Learning Disability Matters Network

Our Vision The North East and Cumbria will be the best place in England for people with a learning disability to live. Our Values People with a learning disability and families are at the centre of all our work To work in partnership with our…

Parents and carers, have your say on SEND services in Cumbria

Cumbria’s SEND Partnership are inviting all families of children with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) to complete the annual survey about their experiences. The surveys aim to find out what effect the improvements made so far by the SEND Improvement Plan have had, and…
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