The page contains details of consultations that may be of interest to parents and carers of children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).
Do you have a child age 5-14 years with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), attending mainstream school who has been bullied?
Tansu Ince, a PhD researcher at The University of Plymouth is looking for parents to interview to explore the bulling experience of you and your child at school from your perspective and to learn about factors that may potentially have an impact on it.SEND and Bullying Research
Plymouth City Council Participation team are looking to ensure young people under 18 years old have a better understanding of their rights and what they can expect from services.Young People's Rights Survey
Has your child used Plymouth’s Short Breaks (sometimes called ‘respite services’) in the last few months?
The Department of Education fund some Short Breaks and would like to find out what is working well for families, what could be improved and how best they can support children, young people and their families.
If you have used the Short Breaks service, please share your experiences.Short Breaks Survey
Can you help with a study to find out how dentists can best support the oral health of autistic children and young people in Plymouth? Researchers would like to talk to autistic children and young people about looking after their teeth and going to the dentist and also the parents and carers of autistic children and young people about these issues.
You are invited to participate if you, your child or the child you care for is:
For more information contact Jo Erwin at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 07973 902024.
As a thank you for taking part, you (or your child) will receive a £10 Love2Shop voucher.Plymouth Youth Autism Dental Project
Childcare Choices is used by parents, childcare providers and local authorities. The Department for Education is keen to hear any feedback and comments you may have as users. Please help by completing the two minute survey.Childcare Choices Website Survey
This review of the Plymouth City Council SEND service provides an opportunity for parents and carers to give feedback about their lived experiences of accessing SEND services in Plymouth. Parents and carers can share their feedback below.SEND Service Review
Plymouth Information Advice and Support service provides information advice and support to children, young people and their families around SEND. Between December 2021 and February 2022, we asked for feedback on the content of our website to ensure that the information meets your needs and is accessible.
The consultation is now closed. Thank you to everyone that contributed.
Here is a summary of the responses:
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