Useful Information

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We have compiled information that you may find useful as your child moves into adulthood.  Please click on the links for more information.

site-logo2  “The TRUST Norfolk-SEN will ensure a high quality learning experience for children and young people within the Norfolk-wide community. The Trust will work closely with all relevant communities to raise aspirations and create opportunities and contribute fully to the life of those communities. The creation of the Trust will provide a strong and well-tested legal entity through which to collaborate with our partners for the benefit of our students. Every learner will be empowered and enabled to lead an independent, healthy and fulfilling life”
 logo-sendirect “SENDirect has worked in partnership with other organisations to bring together and create information that may help to support you and your family.”
   “Culture Works East is an award winning youth arts company who passionately believe all children and young people should have the chance to discover and unlock their full potential.  We have our own creative program, and work with a wide range of clients and partners from across the statutory, private and voluntary sectors to provide innovative creative initiatives. Culture works East is lead by Elli Chapman who has over 15 years experience of working in the youth arts sector.”
 logo (1)  “Assist provides progression services for people with learning difficulties aged 18 and over, every day of the week, all year round. Apart from 1 week between Christmas and New Year, Assist is open for members to attend on every week day between 9am and 3.30pm.”
 build “BUILD is an Norfolk based independent charity providing social, leisure and learning opportunities to people with sensory, physical or learning disabilities.”
 nansa  “NANSA has worked for over 60 years to improve the lives of Norfolk people with physical, sensory and learning disabilities. We are a local independent charity who believe that all people with disabilities are entitled to full inclusion in society. We aim to empower Norfolk people with disabilities to achieve their life aspirations.
“We provide support, education, training and advice to people of all ages and disability levels.”
logo (2) “Autism Anglia provides a range of services to enable people with autism to live as independently as possible and experience choice and inclusion in society.”
elives “Equal Lives is led by people who face disabling barriers and is dedicated to making your voice heard. We support people to empower themselves to live independent lives. Our aim is to give you the support you need to live your own life and to remove disabling barriers. We are very involved in campaigning on issues that affect you to try and influence policy decisions. We’re also here to provide support and information for the day to day tasks of living. Whether you need to employ a personal assistant, find out what benefits you’re able to receive or you need help or advice for caring for an elderly friend or relative we are here to help.”

Natasha Peachment

Parent Support Advisor

01603 251332 / 07553946143

 “Involving you as parents/carers in your children’s education can help remove barriers to learning, raise attainment and improve attitudes and behaviour. Schools which work in partnership with parents to support their children’s learning and development can expect significant, consistent and lasting benefits.

“Our cluster has dedicated Parent Support Advisors (PSA), whose role is to support you as parents/carers and help your child(ren) gain as much as possible from their school life.

“Parenting isn’t an easy job! The PSAs are here to help you deal with any worries or concerns about your child, and to help you tackle any home issues that are making school life difficult for you or your family. Schools can refer you to a PSA, or if you prefer you can contact them directly.”

Please click this link to access Norfolk County Council’s Local Offer for SEN