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Welcome to Integrating services for disabled children and young people conference 4 th March 2014. Update on SEND reforms. Lots happening to develop the reforms locally and more directives/information nationally. 2. Timeline for implementing a new approach. Legislation comes into force.

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Welcome to integrating services for disabled children and young people conference 4 th march 2014

WelcometoIntegrating services for disabled children and young people conference4th March 2014


Update on send reforms
Update on SEND reforms

  • Lots happening to develop the reforms locally and more directives/information nationally


2 timeline for implementing a new approach
2. Timeline for implementing a new approach

Legislation comes into force

Consult on Code of Practice and transition

Bill receives Royal Assent

Regulations, statutory guidance and transitional arrangements published

Children and young people with Statements and LDAs transfer to the new system*

Information and support from: Pathfinder Champions; Council for Disabled Children (CDC); and funded delivery partnerships

Convening key players and raising local awareness

Reviewing success for reforms locally and agreeing improvements

Planning service delivery and preparing for implementation

LDA legislation is repealed*

Lead for SEN reform in post

Local transition plan published*

Local offer published*

EHC plans for new entrants

Personal budgets available

Statement legislation is repealed*

  • Developing plans for joint commissioning

  • Developing the local offer, fully involving parents and young people

  • Developing processes for assessment, planning and EHC plans

  • Identifying services which could be provided through personal budgets

  • Planning provision of local information, advice and support (with users)

  • Reviewing and developing local mediation and disagreement resolution arrangements

  • Engage local partners, including new partners such as further education and training providers

  • Joint commissioning underway locally – needs assessment, planning, market development, collaboration with families

  • Regular review of local offer, and awareness raising of local offer

  • Annual reviews of EHC plans. Children and young people with statements / LDAs transfer to the new system*

  • Review service budgets to offer increased personal budgets

  • Regular review of information, advice and support available to families

New 0-25 SEN system becomes available

* Subject to (national) consultation


Govt includes disabled children
Govt includes disabled children

Previously the Bill covered only children and young people identified with SEN

The decision to include disabled children has been warmly welcomed by the voluntary and community sector.

eg those with chronic conditions


More advice
More advice

Indicative draft SEN Code of Practice

Draft Code of Practice

Implementation packs

Sample EHCP


Funding for parent carer forums
Funding for parent carer forums

2014-2015, £15,000 for each Forum – ‘Parent Carer Forums have a

key role to play in implementing the SEN reforms at a local level.

-reflects the growing demands on them to work closely with local authorities and other partners to deliver the reforms."

(Department for Education)


Findings
Findings

Key working approaches

are making a difference for families

Education, Health and Care Plans are more holistic and welcomed by families


Independent supporters
Independent Supporters

A New £30 million fund for more than 1,800 independent supporters to help parents navigate the new special educational needs process


Guidance from sen advisor
Guidance from SEN advisor

Andre Imitch Personal tutorial yesterday

Good plan overall- small amendments to make re order & some increased detail re SEN

Banding thresholds

‘I thought was very good indeed’



Sweet talk1
Sweet talk

  • Blue or purple: What has been your highlight the last year?

  • Orange: what do you want in the future?

  • Yellow: What is working well? What do you like about your role and why?

  • Red: What would be helpful in your role or needs to change?

  • Green: what do want to do achieve or get better at and why?