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Aiming High Register for Children and Young People

The ;Aiming High Register ;(AHR) is a secure database which aims to capture information about all children and young people aged 0-25 years with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) in Rutland. ; The…

Aiming High

Welcome to the Aiming High service! The Aiming High team provides support for children/young people with special educational needs or disabilities. Aiming High provide short break opportunities for children…

Things to do

Getting out and about, taking part in activities, using leisure services and attending clubs is very important for everyone. Some of the ‘Things to do’ listed are designed especially for children young people…

Aiming High Short Breaks Scheme

The Aiming High Short Breaks scheme is for children and young people who need additional support to attend or take part in leisure activities. Short breaks give ;children and young people the chance ;to spend time…

Carers Information Event

Join us at our Carers Event on Wednesday 8th June. ;Aimed at all carers; this is an opportunity to come and see what support is available in Rutland. Information will be available about: ADHD Solutions Adult Social…

Personal budgets for children and young people in Rutland

What is a personal budget? Once any help and support have been agreed through an assessment process, a budget value is then approved by Rutland County Council and/or the health service to provide this. This fund is…

Peer SEND reviews

Peer SEND Reviews The Local Government Association Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) peer review programme has been developed to help councils, clinical commissioning groups and their…

Autism – Where to start?

What is Autism? Autism is a lifelong, developmental disorder that affects how a person communicates with and relates to other people, and how they experience the world around them. Autism is a spectrum condition…

Elective Home Education

Elective Home Education (EHE) is the term used to describe a parent’s decision to educate their child from home, instead of sending them to school. EHE is different to home tuition or education provided by a local…

Using a personal assistant to provide your support via a personal budget

Some families will be eligible for a personal budget via the Aiming High Short Breaks Scheme or via Children with disabilities Social Care. Adults with care and support needs may be eligible for a regular payment…
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