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    • 11th October 2018
    • Sheffield City Council has approved a range of measures designed to save around £550,000 from the city’s short breaks budget. The changes affect the £400 short break grant and after-school, holiday and Saturday clubs accessed through the SNIPS service.

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    • 11th October 2018
    • That may sound like we’re somehow involved with supermarket discounts, but it’s actually something very different. The Local Offer is a website with information about support and services for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) aged 0-25 years.

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    • 11th October 2018
    • Universal Credit is a new benefit for people aged between 16 and 64 years who are on a low income or unemployed. It is replacing most of the existing means-tested benefits for people in this age group. Universal Credit will be rolled out in Sheffield from November and December 2018.

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    • 6th August 2018
    • On 3rd August, families with disabled children flocked to Hillsborough Sports Arena to enjoy a fun-packed day out. Glorious summer weather ensured a record turnout, with over 300 people attending the event.

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