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As many as 200,000 disabled children could be locked out of their savings held in Child Trust Funds. This is because they don’t have the mental capacity to manage their money when they turn 18.
This page explains how services in Sheffield that support children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities are responding to the pandemic.
A mum who set up a fund to support the mental health of LGBT+ young people after losing her own son to suicide is the winner of our David Woodhouse Community Award.
Sheffield City Council have put together information for parents of children and young people with additional needs about education during the third national lockdown.
Three new Integrated Resources (IRs) for children with communication and interaction difficulties (such as autism) have opened in the north of Sheffield.
Sheffield City Council is running a survey about support in education for learners with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).
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