Sarah Teather questioned by the Education Select Committee about the Children and Families Bill.
Young Ambassadors film "Young, Disabled and In Control" has been awarded a Youth On Board Inspiring Project Award.
New reports have highlighted that in some areas children with statements of special educational needs and their families have fewer legal rights to be admitted to an academy than they do to maintained schools.
New research from one of our member organisations Contact a Family reveals that families with disabled children are going without essentials before the full impact of planned benefit cuts is felt.
Strategy seeks to transform the way information is collected and used in order to improve health outcomes for all.
Sarah Teather, Minister of State for Children and Families, announces launch of paper outlining the next steps Government will take to achieve integrated support for children with special educational needs and disabilities.
Queen announcing Children and Families Bill, will include measures to improve provision for disabled children.
The National Childrens Bureau is looking for a new Chair.
SEC briefs the Education Select Committee on the Young Person's Learning Agency not dealing effectively with complaints from parents of children with SEN about academies.
As part of an important new health study the Council for Disabled Children would like to speak to parents of children and young people with neurodisabilites what health outcomes are important to them.
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