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Bucks Activity Project is commissioned by Buckinghamshire Council as part of the Buckinghamshire SEND Local Offer.

Bucks Activity Project is commissioned by Buckinghamshire Council as part of the Buckinghamshire SEND Local Offer.

Buckinghamshire Council is working in partnership with Action for Children to commission and fund a range of short break services for Children and Young People with Disabilities.

Buckinghamshire Council has a Short Breaks Services Statement, which sets out the access and eligibility for short breaks in Buckinghamshire. 

 

The Buckinghamshire SEND Local Offer

The Buckinghamshire Local Offer for special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) sets out the support available locally for children and young people aged 0 to 25 with SEND.

You can find lots of information on the SEND local offer, including:

  • Getting started with SEND
  • Education
  • Money
  • Health
  • Social care
  • Preparing for adulthood
  • Activities and services

You can use the directory to see local organisations, services and activities that support children and young people with SEND.

Head over to https://familyinfo.buckinghamshire.gov.uk/send/ to take a look, or search for activities, clubs and groups, Schools Local Offer annual reports and more in our directory https://directory.familyinfo.buckinghamshire.gov.uk/

You can also visit the Facebook page ‘@BucksLocalOffer’ or search for the ‘Bucks Local Offer and SEND’ Facebook group for the latest support, SEND related news, inclusive activities, and things to do.

If you need help to access the information you can call the Family Information Service on 01296 383293 or contact them via email familyinfo@buckinghamshire.gov.uk

Disabled Children Register

Buckinghamshire Additional Needs Database (BAND) is the new name for the voluntary register of disabled children and young people (aged 0 to 19). The new name was chosen from a shortlist of suggestions that were provided by local parents, carers, and professionals.

The purpose of BAND is to build a picture of need across the county to help the Council plan and improve local support and services for children and young people with SEND and their families.  

By joining the register parents, carers and young people are eligible to request a Max Card, a leading discount card, which can be used at venues across the UK to get free or discounted admission. The child or young person does not need to have a formal diagnosis to join the database.

Find out more on the SEND Local Offer website: https://familyinfo.buckinghamshire.gov.uk/send/disabled-children-register-and-max-card/

 

Buckinghamshire Council Children’s Services

If you need to contact Buckinghamshire Council Children’s Services with regards to support for a young person or with regards to a safeguarding concern please use the information below:

First Response Team - 01296 383962

Email: Secure Children and Young People First Response

Emergency Social Work Team : 0800 999 7677 and eswt@buckscc.gov.uk

Should you wish to discuss the commissioning of this service you can email: aadmhprovisions@buckinghamshire.gov.uk

 

 

 

 

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Bucks Activity Project

201 Buckingham Road
Aylesbury
Bucks
HP19 9QF

Tel: 01296 438230

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