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Have Your Say

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We are always keen to hear from residents in East Sussex that want to provide their insight to the design on ISEND services and provision.

Below is a list of ways that you can contribute.

To see how we have already used service user insight to improve services, visit our page:

Become a Young SEND Ambassador

About the Young SEND Ambassadors

The Young SEND Ambassadors are a group of young people who represent and advocate for young people with special educational needs and disabilities. They meet a couple of times a month to discuss their thoughts and views that help to create change, ensuring that the youth voice is at the heart of ISEND services.

Projects for the Ambassadors

Previous projects have involved:

Upcoming projects include:

The group also offers the opportunity to meet other young people who have experienced being involved within the SEND community.

Becoming a Young SEND Ambassador

To find out more about becoming a Young SEND Ambassador, please email: 

You can also find us on Instagram, for more information on the type of projects that are included:

Other SEND Youth Groups

There are various other SEND Youth Groups across East Sussex that children and young people can get involved with:

East Sussex Parent Carer Forum (ESPCF)

East Sussex Parent Carer Forum (ESPCF) is a forum for parent carers of Children and Young People with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) in East Sussex. Working together, they aim to ensure that every parent carer in East Sussex feels that their voice, their views and their experiences matter and contribute towards developing and improving services:

Parent Voice Newsletter

Our Parent Voice Newsletter includes ISEND updates, news, ideas and ways of getting involved for children and families for each season of the year:

The Parent Voice Newsletter is created by the ISEND communications team; for any queries or feedback on the newsletter please email

Suggest a Service

As we continue to monitor and populate services listed on the East Sussex Local Offer section of our 1Space directory, you are able to suggest services for us to add to the directory, that you think would benefit others who are in similar situations to know about:

If you would like to suggest a service to be listed on our directory, you can do so following the below link:

Alternatively, you can email us at:

East Sussex Local Offer Feedback

Input from users of the East Sussex Local Offer is vital in shaping the website as we aim to make it as accessible, informative and useful as possible. Whether you have any thoughts, suggestions or queries with ways in which you think the East Sussex Local Offer could be improved, you can contact us directly by emailing us at:

You can also take part in our survey. This survey provides a further opportunity to give feedback on both the things you like about the website and the areas you think could be improved:

Glossary of East Sussex SEND Terms

Some of the terms used on this website are explained on our page, Glossary of East Sussex SEND Terms.

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