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Greater Manchester (GM) 10 Tips for Talking Webinars

Please click here for information and dates for the Webinars taking place. These sessions will last between 30-45 minutes and are being offered at different dates and times across October and November.
 
The webinars are for families as well as professionals.
 
The webinars will take place virtually through Microsoft Teams and are FREE to attend. To sign up, please register your details on your chosen date via this Eventbrite page.
 
Please click here to access additional resources and 10 tips for talking. This document contains other websites to visit as well as information and videos to support with talking to Children.

 

Welcome to the Local Offer
 

The Local Offer website brings together a range of support services and information for children and young people aged 0-25, with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).  Here you can find information and advice to support children and families with SEND.

It’s simple to use - just click on a button for direct access to information.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) resources and information

Tameside & Glossop residents can find general information about Council services, business support, community support, schools and childcare, Coronavirus testing, and official advice and guidance by clicking here Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council

But children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND), and their parents and carers continue to face specific challenges as a result of Coronavirus (COVID-19).

SEND Pupil Support Services are offering a Parent Helpline, to support any parents with children with additional needs at home. The team can provide advice and strategies regarding all areas of SEND. The phone number for parents is 0161 342 5503. The call will be triaged and then passed  on to the most appropriate service. If schools are aware of parents requiring support or guidance with SEND learners at home,  they should refer them to the helpline, where they can access immediate expert advice and strategies.  

Please use the Coronavirus button below to see regular updates, information, services and guidance relevant to children and young people with SEND and those who support them

You can also follow Tameside Council Tameside Council | Facebook and Tameside and Glossop Clinical Commissioning Group’s Tameside and Glossop Clinical Commissioning Group | Facebook facebook pages and Tameside Council’s Twitter account Tameside Council (@TamesideCouncil) / Twitter
We want as many people to access our Local Offer.  Our aim is that it is both accessible and usable to all that need information from it.

Our aim is to provide customers with equal access to information and services. Accessibility has been paramount since the design stage and we have taken steps to ensure we take into account the needs of different people.

If you would like to see the information in another language or in audio please click on the Accessibility Toolbar in the top left hand corner of the screen.

We work hard to ensure the information is regularly updated and  are always keen to improve.   If you can't find what you are looking for or would like to tell us what you think about our Local Offer, please click here to go to our feedback page or email us at local.offer@tameside.gov.uk
 
Tim Bowman, Chair of SEND Improvement Group on behalf of partners working in SEND services

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