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Special Educational Needs Code of PracticeFind out more
Works to ensure that disabled young people are involved in making the decisions that affect them.
Works to ensure that parents of children with SEN get the right support, information and advice.
Works to ensure that children with SEN and disabled children get the education they need.
Works to improve the experience of disabled young people’s transition to adulthood.
Working to make sure disabled children and their families are able to live 'ordinary' lives
Find out more about
EPIC, the group of young people advising Government on the Children
and Families Bill.
The Council for Disabled Children is hosting three conferences following Royal Assent for the Children and Families Act 2014 and the development of the new SEN Code of Practice
CDC hosts the Every Disabled Child Matters campaign, the campaign to get rights and justice for every disabled child.
Development of materials for the legal training element, part of a wider training package for the Independent Support programme
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