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Should Bradford Council SEND Local Offer Information website include SEND services that charge?

Should Bradford Council SEND Local Offer Information website include SEND services that charge?

Bradford Special Educational Needs & Disabilities (SEND) Local Offer carried out Co-Production activities and meetings with Children and Young People 0-25yrs with (SEND), Parent Carers and Service Providers (key stakeholders)

Q. First of all what does Co-production mean?

A. Co-production" refers to a way of working where the people who use services (in this case children and young people with SEND in Bradford, their parents, carers and service providers) all work together to create, design a service or decide how a service works, that works for them all.

Bradford Local Offer worked together with key stakeholders to find out if Bradford Local Offer Information website should include SEND services that charge? and what the criteria would look like, for those services.

To find out more and view what young people with SEND, parent carers and SEND Services had to say, please view our You said We did document.

If you would like to have your say about Bradford Local Offer website or SEND services please visit the Local Offer Have your say page.

Summary- Outcome of Co-production activities, meetings and next steps:

Young people with SEND, parents/carers and service providers felt families should have the option and choice to find out what SEND services across education, health and social care are available for children and young people with SEND including those services that charge.

Bradford Council will discuss this requirement with 6B Digital, who is Bradford Councils Local Offer website provider, to find out the technical, practical, timescales and cost of implementing these changes to the Service Onboarding form on the Local offer website. Once discussed with 6B Digital, Bradford Council will share with key stakeholders involved.

Bradford Council SEND Local Offer would like to thank young people, parent/carers and service providers involved in this Local Offer Co-Production activity.

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