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Actively Disabled

Getting active with a disability Taking part in activities is important for all young people, including young people with disabilities or difficulties. It’s your chance to get out, get active and get involved with other people. And, most importantly, have some fun! Different types of…

Activities Oxfordshire

Activities Oxfordshire lists services and groups which offer activities for young people aged 13-19, up to 25 if there are learning difficulties and disabilities. All different kinds of activities can be listed here, including those from voluntary and private providers. Add or Update an Activity…

Caring for children with complex needs

If your child has been diagnosed with an illness, disability or sensory impairment that needs a lot of additional support for them to live day to day, they might be described as having "complex needs". A child might have complex needs from birth, or following…

Charities for disabled children/SEN/additional needs

Links to charities for disabled children and young people General UK-based charities helping disabled children and young people Contact a Family (CAF) for families with disabled children Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity The ACE Centre Self Help UK - Guide to patient support and self help  Seesaw -…

Colleges open new shops run by students with SEN

Students with Special Educational Needs (SEN) are running new on-campus shops at Activate Learning’s City of Oxford College and Banbury and Bicester College. The shops, which stock a range of stationery, art equipment, snacks and soft drinks, were set up to provide students with the…

The Early Years Team

The Early Years Team's is made up of dedicated early years professionals from a wide range of backgrounds and experiences. These experiences are used to support the county council with its aim to improve the outcomes for young people by ensuring they all have access to high quality…

Funding for children and young people with SEND

For under 5 year olds Disability Access Fund To be eligible for DAF, the child must be 3 or 4 years old, not in reception class, getting Disability Living Allowance and receiving early education (children whose siblings attract DLA but don’t themselves would not be eligible).…

Practitioner Toolkit

The Practitioner Toolkit contains information and tools for issues arising in work with children, young people and families. This page contains resources on concerns which might arise while helping a child or family, organised by topics, linked to searches for local organisations which can support work around…