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Preparing for adulthood can involve leaving school, transferring from children and family services to adult social care services, and/or transferring from paediatric services to adult health services. Family carers are often concerned about what will happen when their young person leaves full-time education.

They may also worry about the impact on their own lives, as schools provide a settled pattern, along with the opportunity to work, study or just have some time to themselves.

This section is designed to provide information for young people with Special Educational Needs and/or Disability (SEND) on support and services available to help them make informed choices about their futures and includes information on a wide range of subjects.

SLOUGH BOROUGH COUNCIL WANTS TO HEAR YOUR VIEWS ON CHANGES IT WANTS TO MAKE TO HOW IT PROVIDES ADDITIONAL (TOP UP) FUNDING FOR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE WITH AN EDUCATION, HEALTH AND CARE PLAN.

READ DETAILS OF SLOUGH BANDING MATRIX AND REVIEW OF THE SLOUGH TOP UP FUNDING MODEL ON 'SUPPORT FOR SEND IN SLOUGH - HAVE YOUR SAY' AND COMPLETE THIS SURVEY.

THE CONSULTATION PERIOD ON THE SEND BANDING MODEL HAS BEEN EXTENDED BY 1 WEEK - CLOSING NOW ON FRIDAY, 22nd FEBRUARY.

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