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Manchester City Council’s Letter to Parents of Children with EHCP

Below is a letter from Isobel Booler, Manchester City Council's Head of School Quality Assurance and Strategic SEND, that is being sent to all parents/carers of children and young people with an EHCP (Education, Health and Care Plan). It discusses how the January 2021 lockdown

Families from Manchester Wanted for Cooking Show (BBC Studios)

We were recently approached by BBC Studios, which is currently making a brand new cooking and food show. They are looking for families based in Manchester who might be interested in taking part. 2020 WAS A LONG YEAR OF COOKING AT HOME... ARE YOU

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Parent/Carer Interview About PACT (Paediatric Autism Communication Therapy)

Have you had experience of PACT (Paediatric Autism Communication Therapy)? Health Innovation Manchester would love to hear from you. Health Innovation Manchester are working with the University of Manchester and the Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership to understand how they can make the

Review of Early Years Ordinarily Available Provision

Back in June, we shared with you the final draft of Manchester's Ordinarily Available Provision for Early Years document, which describes the support, strategies and activities that are available in early years settings to young children with additional needs, regardless of formal diagnosis or specialist

Fledglings Gift Card for Manchester’s SEND families

Fancy a £50 voucher to spend in Contact’s online Fledglings shop? Contact has 40 gift cards worth £50 each for families in Manchester to spend in the charity’s Fledglings shop. This offer is open to families who could benefit from some extra support during the

Your Thoughts on the Lightopia Festival

The Lightopia festival is returning to Manchester this year! In preparation for Lightopia's return this November, the forum will be meeting with people from Manchester City Council and Heaton Park to discuss how to make the event more accessible to families of children and young

URGENT: Tablets for Socially Excluded (via Manchester City Council)

We have been informed by Manchester City Council's Local Offer/ Parental Engagement team about free devices for SEND families who have no access to a tablet and internet. Eligibility Criteria To be eligible for a device, you have to be: A Manchester resident Over 18