There are lots of ways to get advice and support. If you are not sure which one to choose, contact AMAZE SENDIASS
Your school or college should help you make a plan from year 9 onwards.
They can help you think about
- what job you want
the qualifications you need
You can also get careers advice from
i-Rock drop ins - if you are 14 to 25
Youth Employability Service (YES) - if you are 16 to 18 and have special needs (but not an Education, Health and Care plan)
Looking Forward career support programme (AMAZE) - if you are 14 to 25 with special needs or a disability
The Transition Service- if you are 16 to 25 and will receive Adult Social Care when you are 18
- Contact Amaze SENDIASS if you are under 25 and have special needs or a disability. You can get advice with your parent, or on your own.
- Speak Out advocacy- someone to help you speak up if you are under 18 and use County Council services
- POhWER advocacy- someone to help you speak up if you are 7 to 19 years old and are looked after by the Local Authority