This leaflet, developed by Hampshire Careers Partnership, explains the support that’s available at colleges for young people with a special educational need and/or a disability. Take a look to find out what support your young person might be entitled to.
Enable Ability offer support for young people, and their parents/carers, with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities in Portsmouth. Visit their website to find out more!
Portsmouth SENDIASS (Special Educational Needs & Disability Information Advice & Support Service) aims to empower children and young people with special educational needs/disabilities, and their parents and carers, to make informed decisions about education, health and social care. Visit their website to find out more.
Portsmouth’s Neurodiversity Team (0-19) consists of family support workers, child and adolescent clinicians, an educational psychologist, speech and language therapists and occupational therapy and service leads.
The team has been developed to support the city’s new neurodiversity pathway which aims to improve early identification of neurodiversity and offer increased support for families and professionals, meaning children and young people may not need to go through the lengthy assessment process to get their needs met.
Visit the website to find out more.