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  1. SEND Employment

    Employment Leaving school and moving into adult life can be an exciting and challenging time for young people and their parents, with lots of changes and choices to be made about the future. If your son or daughter has a special educational need and/or disability,…
  2. Adjusting to disability

    We often talk about disability as if it's a lifelong condition. In fact, more than 80% of people with a disability were born without it and find they have to adjust. If you become disabled through accident, illness or a deteriorating medical condition, life will change significantly. But…
  3. Advice for new kidney patients

    Kidney disease often has no symptoms, so diagnosis can be a shock. You may worry that your kidney disease will worsen and you'll end up on dialysis. In fact, the outlook in most cases is more reassuring. Kidney disease is common and usually stable (not going to get worse). Fewer than 1…
  4. Alzheimer's disease

    Alzheimer's disease is the most common type of dementia, affecting an estimated 850,000 people in the UK. Dementia is a progressive neurological disease which affects multiple brain functions, including memory. The exact cause of Alzheimer's disease is unknown, although a number of things are thought to…
  5. Young People with SEND who are in Custody

    This protocol briefly outlines the key requirements and sets out roles and responsibilities locally. The SEND code of practice should be used for detailed guidance on the application of these duties in each case. SEND Code Of Practice - January 2015 Full protocol can be…
  6. Scams and how to avoid them

    Scams come in many forms; unwanted contact can be received by email, letter, and telephone or in person making false promises to con victims out of money. There are numerous scams but the most common are fake lotteries, deceptive prize draws or sweepstakes, clairvoyants, computer…
  7. Mental health and emotional wellbeing

    Being a carer can be demanding and challenging, so it's really important to protect your own emotional mental health and wellbeing. Mental health services Community Mental Health Team The Community Mental Health Team is provided by Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust. The Reading Community Mental…
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Family Information Service

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SEND Local Offer

localoffer@reading.gov.uk 0118 937 3777 OPTION 2 0118 937 3777 OPTION 2

Adult & Carers Support

CSAAdvice.Signposting@reading.gov.uk 0118 937 3747 0118 937 3747
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