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Annual SEND Surveys

Have your say on SEND services in Cumbria using our Annual Surveys  The SEND Improvement Partnership's annual surveys are available now - fill yours in today to help shape the future of SEND provision in our county.   Annual Survey  for those whoHAVE an EHCP      …

Applying for Direct Payments

Coronavirus - COVID -19 We recognise this is a difficult period for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) and their parents/carers). We have therefore created a frequently asked questions section in relation to direct payments which you can be found  here! …

Considering whether to make a statutory assessment

Where despite the educational establishment having taken appropriate and focussed action to identify, assess and meet the SEN of the child or young person, they have not made expected progress, consideration should be given to requesting an EHC assessment following the information provided in the…

The EHC Plan Process

An EHC plan is a legal document that describes a child or young person's special educational, health and social care needs.  It explains the extra help that will be given to meet those needs and how that help will support the child or young person…

Finalising and Maintaining the EHC Plan

The final EHC Plan creates the entitlements of a child or young person with SEN.  The draft plans may go through many changes, including a request for a Personal Budget. Once the Local Authority have consulted with parents and the young person about their draft…

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…
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