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Children's Disability Register

Pages in Children's Disability Register

  1. What is the Children's disability register?
  2. Does your child have to be included?
  3. Will it affect entitlement to services?
  1. Should my child be on the register?
  2. What happens next?

What is the Children's disability register?

Snipsnap disability register.

The Children's Disability Register is a confidential list of names and basic information about children with disabilities, special or additional needs.

The Children Act 1989 required all local authorities to establish a register of children with a disability in their area. This will then be used to assist service planning to meet the needs of children with disabilities and their families. Children's names are added to the register at their parent's request, and in return parents can receive information about services available in their area.

The information held on the register is confidential. It conforms to the Data Protection Act. Only authorised workers from social care, education and health can access the information, via the Register Co-ordinator.

All-Age Disability Team (0 - 14)


Tel: 024 7678 7980

Coventry City Council
PO Box 15
Council House

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