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Local Offer News: February 2022

Please see link below to updates on the work happening to improve SEND Services in Suffolk, and other SEND news, events and resources. In this edition there is news and updates on the following: SEND Capital Programme UpdateIntroducing Suffolk Parent Carer ForumChildren’s Mental Health WeekPACT – Parents and Carers TogetherActivities Unlimited – February Half Term ActivitiesKeeping children safe on the internetThe SEND Young Person’s NetworkAlternative Provision – have your say! Please click here to see all the updates: https://mailchi.mp/suffolk.gov.uk/introducing-local-offer-news#AP%20survey


COVID-19: Roadmap out of lockdown: step 1

The Government has published the ‘COVID-19 Response – Spring 2021’, setting out the roadmap out of the current lockdown for England. The Suffolk Learning Disability Partnership have created an easy-read guide which explains the first step of the Government’s ‘road map’ out of lockdown. You can view and download the guide by clicking the download button below. Alternatively, you can click this link to view or download: https://suffolkordinarylives.co.uk/information/covid-19-roadmap-out-of-lockdown-step-1/


We Belong

In the autumn of 2020, Disability Rights UK launched a new campaign – We Belong. “From September to November, we gathered the opinions of disabled people fromacross the country, young and old, from all kinds of backgrounds.We sought comment through our newsletters, social media, email and phone, andvirtual meetings. We ran Zoom meetings on transport, employment, the builtenvironment, housing, participation, services and retail.We held discussions with groups of disabled people experiencing multiple forms ofdiscrimination including people from BAME backgrounds, women,…

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