Support for young people and adults with special educational needs who are 16 to 25 years old.
A new SEND Strategy has been developed for the city and a draft is being consulted on until the end of July.
Find out about what special educational needs or disabilities (SEND) means and the legal definition.
Contact your child's nursery, playgroup, childminder, school, college or Amaze, our local Information, Advice and Support service.
How to get support provided by our council, called social care, for children and young people 0 to 25 years old.
Free bus passes, disabled parking, borrowing wheelchairs, and how to get around the city if you can't use public transport.
Schools will work with you and your child to provide support with their special educational needs or disabilities.
Your child's school or college may be able to apply for funding to support your child with special educational needs and disabilities.
How to apply for school in Brighton & Hove and what to do if your child has an education, health and care (EHC) plan.
Most children and young people who have special educational needs or disabilities get the support they need from their childcare provider, school or college without an EHC plan.
How to find training courses, internships, apprenticeships, volunteering opportunities, jobs, a place to live and where to get support.
You may be able to apply for Disabled Students’ Allowances (DSAs) to cover some of the extra costs with difficulties you have.
Where to find fun activities in Brighton & Hove and accessibility information for local cinemas, restaurants and hotels.
Give us your feedback to help us improve the support and services we offer for children, young people and families.
Get in touch with one of our teams for help and information.