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- The Care and Support Jargon Buster
- Minister of State for Children and Families letter to DCS about the transfer of statements to EHC Plans
- Children's Services online complaints form
- Information, Advice & Support (IAS) Manchester - formerly Parent Partnership Service
- EHC Needs Assessment for a young person
- Information Advice & Support for a young person
The Department of Health has produced a factsheet which describes how the Care Act supports people moving from children’s to adult care and support services. Click on the link in the Useful Downloads section on this page to view the factsheet. To access all of…
Here you will find the criteria for the Statutory Assessment Team agreeing to carry out an EHC Needs assessment and the criteria required to issue an EHC plan.
Making it Personal from KIDS have produced an extended guide for families around Personal Budgets, Direct Payments and Education, Health and Care Plans. Click on the link in the Useful Downloads on the left of this page to download the guide. Visit the KIDS website…
020 7359 3635
A Personal Budget for SEN is money set aside to fund support as part of an Education, Health and Care plan (EHC plan) for a child or young person with special educational needs. It can include funds from Education, Health and Social Care. Each Local…
These guides, produced by MenCAP, are aimed at parents and carers and explain about Education, Health and Care (EHC) Plans and give advice on setting outcomes for the plans. Check out the Useful Downloads on this page to access the guides.
Parents whose children have special educational needs can appeal to the First-tier Tribunal (Special Educational Needs and Disability) against decisions made by Local Education Authorities in England about their children's education. You can appeal if the local authority:• refuses to secure an EHC needs assessment…
01325 389 350
Travel Support to Access Education Travel options to support children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities(SEND) to access education. Please refer to the download section to view the full document.
0161 219 6400