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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…

Frequently asked questions from parents and carers

Rutland Parent ;Carer ;Voice frequently ask Rutland County Council questions on behalf of parents and carers about services for children and young people with ;SEND. Here are a selection of the latest questions…

Get involved – have your say about health and wellbeing services

Sharing your views to improve services To help you to share your views and influence changes to health and wellbeing services, this page lists local, regional and national engagements and consultations with…

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

Have your say about health and care Participate in this study which aims to explain distress and disability in chronic pain. Volunteers aged 18 or over, speak English and experience chronic pain are sought. A…

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…

Moving to Adult Social Care

When you turn 18, you are no longer classed as a “child” but as an “adult”, and will receive help from Adult Social Care if needed. This can be scary for a lot of people who are not keen on changes, but they’re a really…

What is Advocacy? Speaking up for you.

Advocacy is about supporting disabled people, older people and others who may be vulnerable. Advocacy can be very important if you need to start, change or stop something in your life. These can be changes to social…

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…

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 you…

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…
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