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Aiming High

Welcome to the Aiming High service! HowToCancel guide <a href="https://services.openobjects.com/ds7/admin/">https://howtocancel.co.uk/cancel-amazon-prime/</a>Powered by <a href="https://youtubevideoembed.com/">Embed YouTube Video</a> The Aiming High team continues to provide support and targeted activities for children/young people with special educational needs or disabilities and their families. Short breaks provide opportunities for children and…

Children with Disabilities Statement 2018

This document outlines the services which are available to support children and young people with SEND and their families, including the thresholds for accessing services from the Children with Disabilities (CWD) social care service. The guidance outlines how the differing needs of children and young people…

EHCP Disagreements

This page tells you what to do if you disagree with a decision that has made about your / your child’s Education, Health and Care (EHC) needs, assessment or issue of an EHC plan. Disagreements usually relate to the following: Decision not to carry out…

Financial crisis support

Rutland County Council's website has information to help you if you're struggling due to sudden financial hardship, for example damage caused by a flood or fire, or if you need help to leave a violent relationship. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Rutland County Council answer some FAQs about SEND services for children and young people in Rutland...

The Housing Options Service

Preventing Homelessness If you face the threat of becoming homeless, you need to make every effort to resolve your housing difficulties. The Council has limited housing resources and most people who become homeless are not entitled to the highest priority for rehousing. If you need…

I Care for Someone - What Support Could I Get?

If you are over 18 and look after a partner, family member or a friend with an illness or disability on an ongoing basis, you are a carer. Some people choose to become a carer, but others find themselves in this situation as a result…

The Mental Capacity Act

The Mental Capacity Act is designed to protect people who cannot make decisions for themselves or lack the mental capacity to do so. This could be due to a mental health condition, a severe learning difficulty, a brain injury, a stroke or unconsciousness due to…

Moving on to adult services

Disabled people over 18 years old have their needs met by adult care and support. This means that a disabled child receiving support from children's services will be transitioned to adult care and support when they turn 18. In England, the Care Act was introduced…

Personal Assistant Network - PA

A Personal Assistant (PA) is someone who is employed to provide everyday care and support for adults, children or young people. This may include personal and domestic care, helping someone access their local community, as well as other day to day activities. Having a PA to provide support…
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