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Sefton Council Launch Disabled Children's Database

11th February 2016
Sefton MBC

Sefton Council has launched the Disabled Children’s Database to help parents of children with special educational needs and/or disabilities access support and advice from across the borough.

The Sefton Disabled Children’s Database, supported by the Aiming High Team, will host information on a range of organisations that can provide services, help and advice to support parent and child, including respite, short breaks, health, education, childcare, training, travel and more.

Parents who are registered with the database will also receive a copy of the highly informative Aiming High for Disabled Children newsletter 3 times per year.

The database is voluntary and completely secure.

For more information, visit the Disabled Children’s Database page.

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