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Supporting children with medical needs

Children with medical needs may receive education provision in a range of settings. They may attend school with some support. If they cannot attend school they may be educated in a medical alternative provision setting, or in a hospital school. Or they may intermittently attend school and receive education in a medical alternative provision setting, at hospital or at home. This document is designed to help schools identify the steps they should take to ensure children with medical needs receive the support that they need.

Are you a young carer?

Are you a young carer for someone with M.E.? CFS? Post-Viral Fatigue Syndrome? Fibromyalgia? Or do you know somebody who is? A young carer is a child or young person up to 19 years old who is caring for a family member. This leaflet outlines the help, support and advice available, with signposting to services in your area.

M.E. and higher education

This factsheet is provided for students with M.E. to share with the support services at their college or university, offering information about M.E., its potential impact on studying, and how tutors can help.