Leeds Special Educational Needs and Disability Information Advice Support Service

Leeds Special Educational Needs and Disability Information Advice Support Service

Information and advice, for parents/carers, children, and young people with Special Educational Needs

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Leeds SEND IASS is impartial, confidential, arm's length from the Local Authority and schools, free and accessible to all parents/carers and carers of children with special educational needs and/or disabilities.

Leeds SEND Information Advice Support Service involves parents/carers, children and young people in discussions and decisions about their individual support.

Leeds SEND Information Advice Support Service will work with parents/carers children and young people to ensure that they are fully involved in the planning of SEN support for their individual needs in early years settings, schools and colleges.

Leeds SEND Information Advice Support Service will ensure that the child's parents/carers or the young person are fully included in the Education Health Care (EHC) needs assessment process for the start, are fully aware of their opportunities to offer views and information are consulted about the content of the plan.

Leeds SEND Information Advice Support Service will ensure that parents/carers children and young people are fully supported through the conversion process from the old statements to new Education Health Care plans.

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