A series of four flow charts co-produced by Special Needs Jungle Ltd and the Department for Education.
1. The SEN Support process
2. Applying for an EHCP assessment
3. Being assessed for an Education, Health and Care Plan
4. Disagreements and appeals
School Admissions Briefing for parents of children and young people with disabilities or special education needs.
This briefing provides information about school admissions arrangements. It is written for parents of disabled children and young people; parents of children and young people with special educational needs (SEN) and professionals advising parents including those in Information, Advice and Support Services (IASS).
The Eligibility Framework is a tool that enables services to provide an equitable allocation of their resources. Entry and exit criteria for support are provided as well as a means of identifying the levels of support required.
The current revision of the Eligibility Framework is the 2015 Edition, launched at the NatSIP Working Day on 4 June 2015
Resource is free, but you will need to register on www.natsip.org.uk to download it.
A handbook for parents/carers, focusing on the assessment & planning processes for SEN Support &/or Education, Health & Care Plans, & effective use of person-centred approaches to enable full participation of families/young people within these processes.
Originally produced for use in Essex, this brings together nationally-recognised person-centred planning tools & resources developed by Helen Sanderson Associates, InControl, Preparing for Adulthood, the Council for Disabled Children & others.
The SEND reforms aim to join up help across education, health and care, from birth to 25. Help is to be offered at the earliest possible point, with children and young people with SEND and their parents fully involved in decisions about their support and what they want to achieve. This will help lead to better outcomes and more efficient ways of working.