Special educational needs and disabilities
Local services offer for children and young people (aged 0-25) with special education needs and/or disability (SEND)
What is the local offer?
The SEND local offer provides information for parents, carers and children in a single web based place. Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) have a statutory responsibility to work with local authorities on the local offer for families in their area.
This local offer lists services provided by many local agencies (both statutory and voluntary), including education, health and social care. The local offer aims to improve choice, flexibility and transparency for families – by setting out clear, comprehensive, accessible and up to date information about statutory entitlements, what’s available and how you can access the provision.
What services are commissioned for children and young people with SEND?
There are a wide range of universal services commissioned for the whole of the population. More specialist health services specifically for children and young people with additional and complex needs include:
Continuing and complex care assessments and packages
Equipment including wheelchairs and mobility aids
Child and adolescent mental health services
Therapy services – speech and language therapy, physiotherapy, occupational therapy
NHS Bury CCG meets all of its statutory requirements in line with The Children and Families Act 2014 / NHS England CCG Assurance Framework 2015/16.
NHS Bury CCG believe that patients and the public have an important voice that should be heard and we try hard to include patients and the public in our decision making whenever possible. If you should have any general comment or queries, please email us
Should you have any comments or queries regarding SEND, Bury CCG’s Designated Clinical Officer in this area is: Kay France / 0161 253 7635.
Local Area inspection of the effectiveness of SEND in Bury
Ofsted and the Care Quality Commission (CQC) carried out a joint inspection of SEND services in Bury from 12 June to 16 June 2017. Access the report and the statement of action via this page.