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Services for children and young people in Northamptonshire (aged 0-25) with special educational needs and disabilities.

Leicester College

Type of service:
Post 16 Education Providers
Abbey Park Campus, Leicester College, Leicester, LE1 3WA
Telephone number:
0116 224 2240
Service description:
We are committed to enriching the lives of all members of the community and to creating new opportunities for them. This is reflected in our mission statement: “To deliver a wide range of high quality learning experiences to support the diverse communities we serve and the personal, social and economic development of individuals and enterprises".

For information about learning support available to those with additional needs or a disability please visit: http://www.leicestercollege.ac.uk/learners/student-services/inclusion-and-disability-support/

Inclusion and Disability Support
The College is committed to providing the highest quality additional support to enable any learner who is disabled or has a learning difficulty to succeed on their course, and to be included in all aspects of College life. We will also ensure you have a say in the support you receive, and are fully involved in any discussions about your needs.

We have specialist staff who can support learners with:
?profound and multiple learning difficulties
?severe learning difficulties
?behavioural, emotional or social difficulties
?physical impairments or medical difficulties
?mental health issues
?sensory impairments
?or any other disability related need.

You can refer yourself for a service, or a tutor can put your name forward. We will ask you about your needs and then work with teaching staff to make sure they are met on your course.

The sort of support we can offer might include: an inclusion worker for personal care, behaviour or learning support, specialist equipment, note-taking or communication support, help with transport, help with moving around college, or help with accessing the curriculum or information. As a college, we will try and make all the adjustments you need, and remove any barriers you might experience, to enable you to access your learning and succeed on your course.

For further information contact 0116 224 2053.


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Age range:
14 years - 25 years
Eligibility criteria:
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Referral route:
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Updated budget timeline 2018/19

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