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Norfolk special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) survey
Norfolk County Council and partners are working with iMPOWER to understand and improve support for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).
A PhD student at Anglia Ruskin University is conducting research investigating the understandings of relationships and sexual health among people with learning disabilities and views of their parents.
£120m special school places plan approved
A £120m special school places plan has been approved unanimously by Norfolk County Councillors.
The Transition Event East 2018
East of England’s dedicated conference and exhibition on the future of young adults with additional needs.
SEND complaints: guide for young people aged 16 to 25 in education
This is a guide for young people on how to resolve special education needs and disability (SEND) disagreements.
Norfolk Autism Partnership Group
If you have a diagnosis of autism, if you don’t but consider yourself to be autistic, or if you’re a family member or carer of an autistic person, get involved...