Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Information Advice and Support Service

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Information Advice and Support Service (SENDIASS) previously Parent Partnership, in Suffolk.

SENDIASS

The SENDIASS service is for parents, carers and children and young people (aged up to 25 years) in relation to special educational needs and disabilities

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SENDIASS for children, young people and their parents/carers

The SENDIASS service is for parents, carers and children and young people (aged up to 25 years) in relation to special educational needs and disabilities

Special Educational Needs support in mainstream schools

Information from SENDIASS for parents and carers about schools providing support to children with Special Education Needs.

Support for EHC needs assessments and plans

Information on how we can support you through the EHC assessment and with an EHC plan.

SENDIASS leaflets and resources

Leaflets and guides for children, young people and their parents about Special Educational Needs (SEN).

Changes to Special Educational Needs and Disability

Changes made on 1 September 2014 to Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) and what this means to schools and parents in Suffolk.

Raising concerns and managing disagreements

What you do if your child has special educational needs and you are unhappy about the help they are getting.

Independent support

You are entitled to support if your child is starting the EHC plan process or transferring from a statement of SEN or LDA.

Training for schools

SENDIASS can provide training in SEN for schools and other educational settings.

SENDIASS news and events

News and events in Suffolk from the Special Educational Needs and Disability Information Advice Support Service in Suffolk.

Our team

We provide SEN related support and advice to children, parents and professionals in Suffolk.

Your education

Information for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and/or disabilities

Facts, figures and feedback

The data we collect and how we use it to shape our service and feedback to parents and colleagues

Impartial advice around exclusions

For children & young people at risk of exclusion, and their parents/carers