Independent travel is a key skill for all young people in Oxfordshire. When you're going to school, work or out to have fun, travel safely and confidently.
Young people with disabilities should be able to take part in activities, learning, and opportunities. If they are having difficulties, support is available.
Some of these pages are part of Oxfordshire's SEND Local Offer - look for the logo!
Activities are important for all young people, and those with difficulties and disabilities may benefit the most from organised leisure-time activities
When young people with disabilities start work, training, or take part in work experience, their rights are protected
The law provides protection against discrimination or harassment. Anti-discrimination policies in your place of learning or workplace provide further protection. Know your rights, and your responsibilities.
CHYPPS, the Children and Young People’s Partnership Service, provides independent information, advice, and support for young people with SEN and disabilities
Young people with special educational needs or disability may need extra help to learn and train
Why do children and young people commit crimes? And what happens if you do?
As young people move from school age into adulthood they need to make lots of choices. Young people with SEN or disability may need extra help to make these choices.
Education, Health and Life Planning for young people with significant education, health and care needs