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Supported Internships help young people with SEND get work skills and experience with the goal of getting a paid job at the end
Helpful information for people who are getting ready to move out and live independently
An outline of benefits for young people with disabilities or long term illnesses and their families
You have to stay in education or training until you're 18, there are lots of different ways you can do this
We need to update your child's EHCP before they move school, college or apprenticeship placements so they'll get the right amount of support
There are lots of courses you can take to start training for your career or learn skills that will help you manage your life on your own
If you're in higher education and you've got extra costs because of your disability you may be able to claim Disabled Students' Allowance
Apprenticeships can last between one to four years. You'll get paid while you learn skills for work
Training is one of the options available to you when you leave school, find out more about what's involved
Information and resources to give you some ideas about where to start if you're about to enter the job market
Housing Related Support can help you if living on your own is hard. You can apply for support here.