Listening to your views and concerns
Working with you to explore your options
Explaining your rights in relation to SEN and disability
Working in partnership with schools and the local authority to develop positive relationships
We offer to explain your rights, and answer any queries or concerns in relation to SEN and disability.
About SEND IASS
SEND IASS services provide free and confidential impartial information, advice and support to disabled children and young people, and those with SEN, and their parents. They are statutory services, which mean there has to be one in every local authority. SEND IASS were previously known as Parent Partnership, the name changed when the range of people the service is for expanded to include children and young people from 0-25. SEND IASS also covers other issues related to special educational needs/disability (SEND) such as health and social care issues. Liverpool and Knowsley SEND IASS is a new combined service for residents of Liverpool and Knowsley and is delivered by WIRED. WIRED has an excellent record of providing high quality services for children, young people, parents and carers in Wirral, Warrington and other areas. Liverpool and Knowsley SEND IASS service offer:
-Telephone and email helpline service
-Information and support for parents, carers, children and young people
-Written information about Special Educational Needs (SEN)
-Information sessions for parents and carers
-Advice and support relating to school admissions and appeals
Address: Stoneycroft Children’s Centre, 38 Scotia Road, Liverpool, L13 6QJ
By Appointment Only
Phone: 0800 012 9066 Option 1 for Liverpool. Option 2 for Knowsley. If the number is busy please leave a message and we will respond within five working days.