Section 8 – Local Support Services

There are lots of local support services young people can access to support them with their next steps including information, advice and guidance and support to find a job.

SENDIASS is the Parent Partnership Service providing Cambridgeshire’s SEND Information, Advice and Support Service (SENDIASS) offers impartial and confidential information, advice and support to parents and carers as well as young people with special educational needs.

SEND Information, Advice and Support Service (SENDIASS) – Cambridgeshire County Council

Cambridgeshire County Council offer wider support services for young people and parents and carers of those with Special Educational Needs

Where to get help and support – Cambridgeshire County Council

Peterborough’s Local Offer for young people supports those with SEND as well as parents and carers

Local Offer – Information for young people with SEND | Peterborough Information Network

The National Careers Service provides careers information, advice and guidance to help with decision making on learning, training and work at all stages in your career

Careers advice – job profiles, information and resources | National Careers Service

Papworth Trust is a leading disability charity that support thousands of people, their families and carers every year. Their work includes providing a range of high quality services for disabled and disadvantaged people, including careers support

The Papworth Trust

Branching Out support adults with learning disabilities in a variety of fun work experience and social activities. The Branching Out team help people, with encouragement to overcome difficulties and achieve in everyday life.

Branching Out

Red2Green support people aged 16+ with learning disabilities and autism towards achieving independence, education and employment

Red2Green – Learning Disabilities and Autism Day Services in Cambridgeshire

LiftTraining Cambridgeshire is part of a group of award-winning programmes that provide free Independent Travel Training (ITT). The programme is aimed at young people with special educational needs and disabilities attending school or post 16 education up to the age of 25 years

Cambridgeshire – National Star

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