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FAQs for parents and carers

Rutland County Council answer some coronavirus- and education-related questions asked via Rutland Parent Carer Voice. 

Making Your Voice Heard: Independent advocacy for adults

The Council will involve you in any decisions made about you and your care and support. If you are unable to or have difficulty being involved, then an independent advocate might be needed.

Getting the most out of technology

Technology is becoming increasingly popular to help people be as independent as possible. Listed below is a variety of apps and gadgets that can help with using devices and staying safe.

Do you want to hear about the latest health and care research, or get involved yourself?

Read the latest findings  Read Healthwatch Rutland’s latest report which looks at how people with long term or multiple conditions experience care in Rutland GP surgeries Check out the latest results from the national GP Patient survey which highlights patient experience of general practice services.…

Counter Terrorism Policing

Counter Terrorism Policing is a collaboration of UK police forces working with the UK intelligence community to help protect the public and our national security by preventing, deterring and investigating terrorist activity. For more information about any radicalisation concerns you may have please visit the…

Unregistered Childcare

Unregistered childcare is more informal than registered childcare. Unregistered childcare includes: babysitters family and friends who look after your child sessions where parents attend, such as parent and toddler groups If you use unregistered childcare you will not be able to claim financial help with…

A Young Persons Guide To Thriving With ADHD

If you’ve just found out you have ADHD, you might be upset, even a bit annoyed. But you may also be relieved, because it explains why you do things in a certain way. And you may want to find out more about ADHD and where…

Rutland Youth Council Small Grants

This is the Rutland Youth Council Small Grants official online application page. You can apply for a small grant of up to £250 if you are aged 11 to 19, or aged 11 to 25 with a special educational need or disability. The money can…

Term Dates for Rutland Schools

School Term Dates For a list of term dates for schools that are funded by Rutland County Council, please see the Council's website. If your child is at an academy or free school, check their website for information about their term dates. Teacher Training Days…
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