We offer information, advice and support to children, young people and parents about special educational needs and disability. This includes matters relating to health and social care. We have a role in ensuring your views are heard, understood and respected.
We're a free, dedicated, confidential and impartial service offering a single point of regular and consistent contact. We can explain how special educational needs are identified and assessed and who you should talk to. We can also tell you what your rights and responsibilities are.
Either by phone, email or in person, we can give you:
If parents need our support, we are there to offer our services.
The Children and Families Act 2014 requires local authorities to also provide children with information, advice and support relating to their special educational needs or disability. Many children will access this through their parents. However, some children and young people (up to 25 years of age) may want to access advice and support separately from their parents.
Children and young people are entitled to the same quality and level of information as parents. We can offer you impartial information, advice and support in confidence.
The Salford Information Advice and Support Services team is an independent supporter who can help with all aspects of an education, health care plan. including the transition of your child's statement of SEN to an EHCP.
Call 0161 778 0343/0349 or email email@example.com
This page was last updated on 5 August 2016