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Learning Disability and Autism Partnerships for Children and Young People

The Learning Disability and Autism Partnerships aims to improve the lives of people with a learning disability and/or autism, including those with a mental health condition. There is a commitment to focus on increased support in the community by building on preventative support that will…

Education, Health and Care Needs Assessments

What is an Education, Health and Care Needs Assessment? An Education, Health and Care Needs Assessment (EHCNA) takes a detailed look at any educational, health and /or care needs you may have, to help find any support you might need to help you learn. The…

School and College Transport

You may be able to access free transport to school for your child if they have special educational needs or are disabled.  Early years: Children below school age may be entitled to transport help in special circumstances.   Children aged 4 to 16: Travel is…

Young Carers Service

If you are a young carer who lives or goes to school in Rutland, then you can get support from Rutland County Council. Little Stars, Young Stars and TOFU are monthly groups specifically run to support Young Carers.

Minister's open letter to parents/carers

Vicky Ford, Parliamentary under Secretary of State for Children and Families has written a letter dated 24th March 2020 aimed at all children and young people with special educational needs, their parents/carer and families and all others who support them. The letter states her committment…

Bereavement information for Early Years settings and schools

The information below has been compiled to help professionals working in Early Years settings and schools support children, parents and staff through bereavement. 

Coronavirus - travel advice

The most important government advice is to stay at home.  If you must make an essential journey, going by car protects you better than choosing public transport. Public transport is still running across Rutland, but some bus services have been reduced. and trains are also running…

FAQs for parents and carers

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

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.

Equipment to help you at home

There are lots of options when it comes to choosing equipment to help you be independent in your own home. Some of these options are listed below. You can also contact Rutland County Council's Housing Options Team to discuss your options in further detail.
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