The educational needs of children and young people with autism in mainstream schools and academies are now being met through access to a range of services and provision; these include the SEN Support Service based at the Western Technology Site, which provides advice, support and guidance.In addition, schools and academies can access specialist advice and support through the partnership arrangement available between the SEN Support Service and Cambridge Park Special School.
For those children and young people that may require higher levels of support and intervention, the local authority provides access to an assessment of their special educational needs, the provision for which is made through a Statement of Special Educational Needs. For those with significant and complex needs provision may take the form of a Special School placement in the borough whilst for a very small number of children and young people it may be appropriate that their exceptional needs are met in very specialist schools outside of the local authority area.
All children and young people’s access to a service and the provision required is delivered through a dialogue with parents/carers. The range of provision available in North East Lincolnshire remains under active review and development with the help of a stakeholder group known as the Communication and Interaction Task Group which reports regularly to the SEN Strategy Group, members of which include representatives from the Parents Participation Forum and the Parent Partnership Service"
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