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Public Engagement as Local Area SEND Strategy is developed

North Yorkshire County Council, Parent carer voice, and local Clinical Commissioning groups are developing a joint strategy for North Yorkshire that covers education, health and care, for children and young people with SEND up to the age of 25 years.

Input from professionals, parent carers, children and young people, and anyone else who wants to share their experiences of SEND services in North Yorkshire is welcomed.

There are a series of webinars being hosted by the Council for Disabled Children and an online survey to capture views. The main website and survey is available here :  SEND Strategy engagement | North Yorkshire County Council

Please click on the flyers below with details of the events for circulating to colleagues, schools and partner organisations.

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