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SEND Register FAQ's

  • Answer:

    If you have a child or young person (0-25 years old) with SEND living with you, you can sign them up for the SEND register. Our local definition of disability is based on the Equality Act 2010, which states that a person is disabled if they have a physical or mental impairment that has "substantial" and "long term" negative effects on their ability to do normal daily activities.

    This applies if the child or young person:

    • has a special need from either a disability or a health condition
    • has a long term illness
    • needs help with personal care
    • needs help with communicating their needs and feelings
    • gets Disability Living Allowance
    • is under 25 years old
    • lives in Warrington

    Some examples of such health conditions or disability could include but not limited to:

    • ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)
    • Autism or Aspergers
    • Behavioural, emotional or social difficulties
    • Cerebal palsy
    • Complex health needs
    • Dyspraxia
    • Global development delay
    • Learning difficulty
    • Mobility difficulty
    • Palliative care needs
    • Sight and / or hearing impairments
  • Answer:

    If you have a child or young person (0-25 years old) with SEND living with you, you can sign them up for the SEND register. Our local definition of disability is based on the Equality Act 2010, which states that a person is disabled if they have a physical or mental impairment that has "substantial" and "long term" negative effects on their ability to do normal daily activities.

    This applies if the child or young person:

    • has a special need from either a disability or a health condition
    • has a long term illness
    • needs help with personal care
    • needs help with communicating their needs and feelings
    • gets Disability Living Allowance
    • is under 25 years old
    • lives in Warrington

    Some examples of such health conditions or disability could include but not limited to:

    • ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)
    • Autism or Aspergers
    • Behavioural, emotional or social difficulties
    • Cerebal palsy
    • Complex health needs
    • Dyspraxia
    • Global development delay
    • Learning difficulty
    • Mobility difficulty
    • Palliative care needs
    • Sight and / or hearing impairments
  • Answer:

    If you have a child or young person (0-25 years old) with SEND living with you, you can sign them up for the SEND register. Our local definition of disability is based on the Equality Act 2010, which states that a person is disabled if they have a physical or mental impairment that has "substantial" and "long term" negative effects on their ability to do normal daily activities.

    This applies if the child or young person:

    • has a special need from either a disability or a health condition
    • has a long term illness
    • needs help with personal care
    • needs help with communicating their needs and feelings
    • gets Disability Living Allowance
    • is under 25 years old
    • lives in Warrington

    Some examples of such health conditions or disability could include but not limited to:

    • ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)
    • Autism or Aspergers
    • Behavioural, emotional or social difficulties
    • Cerebal palsy
    • Complex health needs
    • Dyspraxia
    • Global development delay
    • Learning difficulty
    • Mobility difficulty
    • Palliative care needs
    • Sight and / or hearing impairments
  • Answer:

    If you have a child or young person (0-25 years old) with SEND living with you, you can sign them up for the SEND register. Our local definition of disability is based on the Equality Act 2010, which states that a person is disabled if they have a physical or mental impairment that has "substantial" and "long term" negative effects on their ability to do normal daily activities.

    This applies if the child or young person:

    • has a special need from either a disability or a health condition
    • has a long term illness
    • needs help with personal care
    • needs help with communicating their needs and feelings
    • gets Disability Living Allowance
    • is under 25 years old
    • lives in Warrington

    Some examples of such health conditions or disability could include but not limited to:

    • ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)
    • Autism or Aspergers
    • Behavioural, emotional or social difficulties
    • Cerebal palsy
    • Complex health needs
    • Dyspraxia
    • Global development delay
    • Learning difficulty
    • Mobility difficulty
    • Palliative care needs
    • Sight and / or hearing impairments
  • Answer:

    If you have a child or young person (0-25 years old) with SEND living with you, you can sign them up for the SEND register. Our local definition of disability is based on the Equality Act 2010, which states that a person is disabled if they have a physical or mental impairment that has "substantial" and "long term" negative effects on their ability to do normal daily activities.

    This applies if the child or young person:

    • has a special need from either a disability or a health condition
    • has a long term illness
    • needs help with personal care
    • needs help with communicating their needs and feelings
    • gets Disability Living Allowance
    • is under 25 years old
    • lives in Warrington

    Some examples of such health conditions or disability could include but not limited to:

    • ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)
    • Autism or Aspergers
    • Behavioural, emotional or social difficulties
    • Cerebal palsy
    • Complex health needs
    • Dyspraxia
    • Global development delay
    • Learning difficulty
    • Mobility difficulty
    • Palliative care needs
    • Sight and / or hearing impairments
  • Answer:

    If you have a child or young person (0-25 years old) with SEND living with you, you can sign them up for the SEND register. Our local definition of disability is based on the Equality Act 2010, which states that a person is disabled if they have a physical or mental impairment that has "substantial" and "long term" negative effects on their ability to do normal daily activities.

    This applies if the child or young person:

    • has a special need from either a disability or a health condition
    • has a long term illness
    • needs help with personal care
    • needs help with communicating their needs and feelings
    • gets Disability Living Allowance
    • is under 25 years old
    • lives in Warrington

    Some examples of such health conditions or disability could include but not limited to:

    • ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)
    • Autism or Aspergers
    • Behavioural, emotional or social difficulties
    • Cerebal palsy
    • Complex health needs
    • Dyspraxia
    • Global development delay
    • Learning difficulty
    • Mobility difficulty
    • Palliative care needs
    • Sight and / or hearing impairments
  • Answer:

    If you have a child or young person (0-25 years old) with SEND living with you, you can sign them up for the SEND register. Our local definition of disability is based on the Equality Act 2010, which states that a person is disabled if they have a physical or mental impairment that has "substantial" and "long term" negative effects on their ability to do normal daily activities.

    This applies if the child or young person:

    • has a special need from either a disability or a health condition
    • has a long term illness
    • needs help with personal care
    • needs help with communicating their needs and feelings
    • gets Disability Living Allowance
    • is under 25 years old
    • lives in Warrington

    Some examples of such health conditions or disability could include but not limited to:

    • ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)
    • Autism or Aspergers
    • Behavioural, emotional or social difficulties
    • Cerebal palsy
    • Complex health needs
    • Dyspraxia
    • Global development delay
    • Learning difficulty
    • Mobility difficulty
    • Palliative care needs
    • Sight and / or hearing impairments
  • Answer:

    If you have a child or young person (0-25 years old) with SEND living with you, you can sign them up for the SEND register. Our local definition of disability is based on the Equality Act 2010, which states that a person is disabled if they have a physical or mental impairment that has "substantial" and "long term" negative effects on their ability to do normal daily activities.

    This applies if the child or young person:

    • has a special need from either a disability or a health condition
    • has a long term illness
    • needs help with personal care
    • needs help with communicating their needs and feelings
    • gets Disability Living Allowance
    • is under 25 years old
    • lives in Warrington

    Some examples of such health conditions or disability could include but not limited to:

    • ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)
    • Autism or Aspergers
    • Behavioural, emotional or social difficulties
    • Cerebal palsy
    • Complex health needs
    • Dyspraxia
    • Global development delay
    • Learning difficulty
    • Mobility difficulty
    • Palliative care needs
    • Sight and / or hearing impairments

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