Access For Disabled Children And Young People To Extended Sc

Whilst many children’s centres and schools already offer real opportunities for learning for all, there is much on which we can build. Disabled children and their families have to be confident that services can meet their needs and be reliable and affordable. In accessing provision, some disabled children and their families have encountered barriers; in providing access, some children’s centres and schools have encountered challenges. This guidance, jointly published by the National Children’s Bureau, the Council for Disabled Children and DCSF, shares developing practice, taking account of the views of disabled children and young people and their families. It is consistent with, and complementary to, the Early Support Programme, the Government’s mechanism for achieving better coordinated, family focused services for young disabled children and their families across England. Folder: Leadership Briefings Issue 3.05 (29)

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