Lockdown 3: what does it mean for the rights of children with SEND? – Special Needs Jungle
Coronavirus legal updates, advice and support – Irwin Mitchell
What you need to know about Coronavirus and welfare benefits – Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH)
Welfare benefits and Coronavirus update 4th December 2020 – Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH)
Coronavirus and welfare benefits – Contact
Free Broadband for home learning
Get help with technology – Increasing data allowances on mobile devices to support disadvantaged children
The Department for Education has set up a scheme to enable families to get additional data for home schooling. It seems to be targeted at school-aged children
How to access free broadband to homeschool children as passed on by the Department for Work and Pensions
Vaccination Information for Carers from Contact and NNPCF
PCPLD Webinar Recording ‘Do Not Resuscitate? DNACPR & People with Learning Disabilities’
CDC report on ‘Lessons Learnt from Lockdown’
The Council for Disabled Children (CDC) have now launched their pandemic consultation reports – Lessons Learnt from Lockdown: The highs and lows of the pandemics impact on children and young people. The consultation involved over 600 children and young people, 128 parents and 110 professionals who shared their views and experiences. It is the largest consultation to date designed to engage children and young people with SEND to explore the impact of the pandemic on their lives and to understand their support needs moving forward.
There are is a full report and a report for children and young people which you can see on the CDC website here, and an Easy Read version will be added to the same page as soon as it has been published.