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'SEN SUPPORT' in education - A parent carer guide
The Mental Capacity Act - What Parent Carers need to know
Click the button to go to our page containing many more leaflets on a range of subjects such as Aspergers Syndrome, Autistic Spectrum Disorder, Life Skills, and Education
'Social Care' in the Education Health & Care plan explained! Find out how the NEW Family Partnerships Zones can help you.
Includes an update from Children Services Director. Information about a new pathway for ASD/ADHD. Also how to get involved and have your say on what services look like for parent carers.
Supported Internships, find out more! Do you have a young person age 13 or over? What questions should you be asking your school?
'Outcomes' can you picture them? Conversion from Statement to Education Health & Care plan, questions to ask!
This newsletter is dedicated to information about the Children and Families Bill.
We know all too well that families need to know what is out there as their child moves into adulthood, hence our choice of the name for our event; ‘TEENAGER 2 ADULT’.
As a group we have been officially recognised as ‘Outstanding’ in the work we are doing and have once again received funding from the government.
We keep communication and information at the top of our priorities. For those of you whose children are not in special schools we value your knowledge and experiences too. It’s your child that’s important, not the building they go to for their education.
It’s so important for those at County Hall and the Primary Care Trust to realise, when we are at their planning meetings and they are making tough decisions, that we attend with the VOICE of over 190 families behind us.
I would like to take this opportunity to say a massive THANK YOU, to everyone who came to our Celebration Event at Kingston Maurward.
As you will read inside, we have been very busy working with various agencies. It’s been heartening to find that they want to listen to us and are very willing to do so.