Educational Pathways and Work Outcomes of Disabled Young People in England is a 36-month research project funded by the Leverhulme Trust (November 2020-November 2023).
Connect Well East Kent is a Community navigation service funded by Kent County Council and the NHS. They support people over 55 with general needs and 18 plus with complex needs.
The Speech language and Communication Needs (SLCN) Kent Wide Design Event to support children and young people’s speech language and communication, Tuesday 13 July 2021 from 12. 00pm – 2. 30pm.
Kent Libraries recommend the *Books Beyond Words* series. Check out their catalogue and their ebooks online. They also host 6 virtual *Books Beyond Words* groups through the week.
The new Children’s Commissioner for England, Rachel de Souza, has launched the Big Ask, a survey for children and young people aged 4 to 17.
IASK are Currently offering a range of workshops for parents, young people, and professionals.
Help shape the government's National Strategy for Disabled People by participating in their important survey.
Share your views - A new special educational needs and disabilities strategy for children and young people in Kent
The NHS and Kent County Council (KCC) are asking for views on their new special educational needs and disabilities strategy.
You can access remote/online learning using an Xbox or Playstation, you can find out how here: Using Xbox of Playstation to access remote learning: https://trafalgarschool. org.
The latest KCC SEND newsletter provides government guidance in supporting children and young people with special educational needs or disabilities and their families during the lockdown. You can find the newsletter here: KCC SEND Newsletter