Bath and North East Somerset's Local Offer
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- Slide 1: Transitions Fair Support young people with SEND into adulthood
- Slide 2: Parent Carers Voice - FOCUS Forward Sessions Share your views about the education, health and social services your child needs. 25 Feb - 10-11am - Impact of Covid-19. 25 March - 10–11am - Education. 29 April - 10–11am - Health.
- Slide 3: Specialist Autism Support Service (SASS) - Helpline Specialist Autism Support Service (SASS) is the new name of the ASD Support Service from Fosseway School.
- Slide 4: Specialist Autism Support Service (SASS) Easter Newsletter 2021
- Slide 5: Transitions Survey Please share your feedback on your transition into adulthood, or to share your experience of supporting your child through their transition into adulthood as a parent/carer.
- Slide 6: Coronavirus information for you and the family There is a wealth of information to support you and your family during the current pandemic.
- Slide 7: Family Fund - grants available for children aged 0-17 with complex needs Families are being encouraged to apply via the organisation Family Fund: specific eligibility criteria apply.
- Slide 8: Speech and Language support resources, accessible from home.
- Slide 9: Sunflower Lanyards Have you heard about the Sunflower Lanyards?
3ways Parent Carer Cafe
Come and meet Mel, a parent carer from the Carers Centre along with other parent carers and have a drink and a chat in relaxed surroundings, with or wit...
ASD Support Service Teen Support Group
A chance for young people aged 11-16 and on the Autistic Spectrum and in mainstream secondary schools to meet socially.