Due to essential maintenance the following services will be unavailable on Saturday 20 April:
Supportive Parents provide information, advice and support to parents, children and young people about SEND (external site)
A group of parents and carers in South Gloucestershire with children and young people who have a disability or additional needs (external link)
Search for organisations and events in South Gloucestershire (external link)
Government services and information for disabled people (external site)
The Disabled Children’s Partnership is a new group of big disability and children’s charities
AskSARA is an easy-to-use, award-winning online self-help guide
We are required to hold a register of disabled children, to ensure their needs are reflected in our planning
Being registered as disabled can help you get concessions and benefits, such as travel, parking and TV licence concessions.
Advocacy services helping you to access information and services to make more informed choices.
Healthwatch champions the consumer interest of all those who use health and social care services.
The process of making a complaint and resolving disagreements
Helping you to make informed financial decisions relevant to care and support
The Welfare Advice Partnership was originally established in 2003 as a sub-group of the Community Legal Services Partnership.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is the independent regulator of health and social care in England
Bringing together information and services for children, young people and their families in an accessible and welcoming environment
Information and advice to residents on staying healthy, ways to prevent ill health and services available locally in South Gloucestershire
Wellaware - your guide to health, care and community services in South Gloucestershire (external link)
The Government are extending the powers of the First-tier Tribunal (SEND). Information on the National Trial.