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Cumbria Youth Offending Service

Cumbria Youth Offending Service is one of 155 Youth Offending Teams (YOTs) in England and Wales. At a national level, the Youth Justice Board has a statutory duty to monitor the effectiveness of the youth justice system and give advice to ministers. In order to…

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…

Post-16 Transport

Post 16 Transport Free transport for Post 16 Students will only be available from Cumbria County Council in the following circumstances: Qualifying Post 16 students from 'low income' families. Qualifying Post 16 students who have a learning difficulty and/or disability. If you would like to…

Route Planner

When does it start? Preparing for adulthood is about taking steps to ensure that young people with special educational needs and disabilities receive the right level of support to enable them to live as full and active a life as is possible. The main 4…

Travelling Independently

Whether you live or work in Cumbria, travel by public or personal transport, we want your journey to be safe and enjoyable.  Here you will find useful information on getting around: 1    Disabled Person's Railcard    2 Rail Services 3 Bus Services 4 Disabled…
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