In 2018, the Ipswich & East Suffolk and West Suffolk CCGs joined forces with the other organisations responsible for mental health and emotional wellbeing services in east and west Suffolk. There has been ongoing discussions with patient … Read Article about New Young People’s New Mental Health Model | Suffolk County Council & NHS
Annual Reviews Webinar Parents can watch this free live webinar from anywhere with internet access. The webinar explores: the purpose of an annual review and an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP); what the process involves & how … Read Article about Annual Reviews Webinar
Parents can still sign up for this webinar, hosted by Suffolk SENDIASS Parents can watch this free live webinar from anywhere with internet access. The webinar explores: What the law expects to happen before an EHC needs assessment is … Read Article about Education, Health and Care (EHC) assessment webinar
SENDIASS free online session, supported by Suffolk's Lead Home Education Consultant, explaining what Elective Home Education involves. About this Event SENDIASS is offering an online hour-long session for parents, supported by Suffolk's Lead … Read Article about What is Elective Home Education?
All children and young people deserve a bright future - to belong, achieve, contribute, stay safe and be healthy. The teenage years are a time of change and exploration as they begin the start of their journey towards greater independence and … Read Article about SEND 16+ Transitions Guide
For the attention of all parents, carers and children with Special Educational Needs or Disabilities (SEND) Re-visit of Suffolk issued with a written statement of action for SEND, from Monday 21 January 2019 to Wednesday 23 January 2019. Ofsted … Read Article about Ofsted and CQC County SEND Re-Visit
Getting Things Changed was a 3 year research programme funded by the ESRC (Economic and Social Research Council) The project started in April 2015 and finished in May 2018. The research • ‘Getting Things Changed’ was a large programme of research … Read Article about Getting Things Changed (Tackling Disabling Practices: Co-production and Change)
Campaign on Facebook and Twitter between 25 June to 6 July Hello, my name is Carl Shaw. I am a learning disability adviser at NHS England and I co-lead on a project called Ask Listen Do with my colleague Sarah Jackson. We are launching Ask … Read Article about Please Support Ask Listen Do!
Introducing the SEND Young Person's Network (SENDYPN). What is it? The YPN is a growing network (a bit like a Facebook group) of young people who want to have their say to help shape the services and support provided in Suffolk for children and … Read Article about The SEND Young Person’s Network