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  1. Education, Health & Care Plans and Other Support

    Most children with special educational needs will be supported through the additional help & reasonable adjustments their school / setting are required to offer. This type of support is known as SEN Support. A small number of children may have, or go on to have,…
  2. Effective SEN Support For Schools: Resources from the NASEN SEND GATEWAY

    Please view the two links below, with guidance and examples of good practice around supporting young people with SEND in schools. http://www.sendgateway.org.uk/resources.effective-sen-support-a-guide-for-senior-leaders-in-education-settings.html http://www.sendgateway.org.uk/resources.sen-support-research-evidence-on-effective-approaches-and-examples-of-current-practice-in-good-and-outstanding-schools-and-colleges.html
  3. EHC Needs Assessment for a young person

    Finding out what support you need Sometimes we might need extra help in school, college or training. To find out if you need extra support, you might have an Education, Health and Care Needs Assessment. This is a careful look at what you might need…
  4. EHCP Exemplar 2017

    Education, Health and Care plans 2017  The purpose of this document is to support the development of skills in writing good quality Education Health and Care Plans. Please open the attached document to see examples of good practice
  5. The Emergency Information Card

    The E Card can help a person being cared for stay safe in the community. It is a card which is compact enough to fit in a wallet and contains the person’s name and emergency contact information. The back of the card contains medical information…
  6. Emotional Wellbeing

    Carers often overlook their emotional health as they put so much into caring for someone else that it becomes difficult to think about caring for themselves. Taking regular breaks, where you can recharge your batteries and do something you enjoy, can improve your health and…
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