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The latest report from the Local Government Ombudsman about Education, Health and Care Plans

created by SEND Partnership Service published on 15 October 2019

The Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman has produced a report into the Education, Health and Care Plan process and the most common probelms arising regularly. Within the report you will find case studies that may be of interest. View the report here.

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Parent Carers' Cafe

created by Send Partnership Service published on 17 September 2019

The Parent Carers' Cafe will be led by a parent carer that works for the Carers' Centre.   It is on the first Tuesday of every month at 3 Ways Cafe, offering a safe space to talk to other parent carers and receive information and advice around their caring roles and have a cup of tea or coffee.

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Carers' Centre Support Line

created by SEND Partnership Service published on 23 July 2019

Free information and advice on Bath and North East Somerset Carers' Centre new support line 0800 0388 885 from 8.15am to 12 noon weekdays

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New Website for Send Partnership Service

created by SEND Partnership Service published on 31 May 2019

Welcome to the brand new website for the SEND Partnership Service. We offer free, impartial and confidential advice and support to children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and their parent carers. Our aim is to make sure you know who to ask, where to go and what you are entitled to enabling you to make the best choices for your family.

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Bath College launches free courses to further develop skills in the community

created by SEND Partnership Service published on 15 January 2019

Bath College have put together several brand new free courses to help local people and businesses. Whether it’s short courses to help get back into employment, computing courses or English language courses, the College can help you develop your skills.  

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