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Information and Advice

Hartlepool Information, Advice and Support Service plays a key role in promoting positive relationships between parents, children, young people, schools, local authorities (LAs) and others.

This is important in enabling children and young people with SEND to achieve their potential.

Hartlepool Information, Advice and Support Service will provide support in order to ensure that parents of children and young people with SEND are fully informed and involved in their child's education.

Although the Information, Advice and Support Service are part of the LA, it operates independently from The SEND Education Services offering impartial advice, support and information.

Click here to view: Hartlepool Information Advice and Support Service Annual Report August 2019

          

What is an information, advice and support service?

           

How to run an information, advice and support service in order to meet the minimum standards 

           

What information, advice and support services must do for Children and Young People with SEND and their families to meet the minimum standards