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What to do if you think your child or young person has special educational needs (SEN) or disabilities

Initially if you are concerned that your child or young person may have special educational needs (SEN) or disabilities you should talk to your child or young person’s teacher, early years worker or the lead for SEN in the college.

If the school, early years setting or college has identified that your child or young person has, or believes that your child or young person could have, special educational needs or disabilities they will assess them and put in place support to meet their needs.

If your child is not in school or nursery, contact our special educational needs team, your health visitor [external website] or your GP.

 

 

Need more help?

Find out who to talk to

Contact the Information, Advice and Support Service for free, impartial information, advice and support for parents and carers of children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). Support is also offered to children and young people with SEND. They can also help provide information in a non-web format.

E-mail: iass@bromley.gov.uk

Call: 020 8461 7630

Visit our IASS page

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