- A local authority is responsible for providing children and young people with special educational
needs or disabilities and their families information about what support
services the local authority think will be available in their local area (known as the 'local offer') and for making
sure the local offer is available for everyone to see. The authority must consult with all parties specified in these Regulations when compiling the local offer and must involve children, their parents and young people in preparation and review of local offer.
The authority must seek comments on the local offer from children and young people with special educational needs or a disability, and the parents of children with special educational needs or a disability must publish comments and the authority's response (in a form that does not enable any individual to be identified) together with the local offer on its website at least annually.
- 15 Jul 2020
- is found in the following lists