Obtaining an Education Health & Care Plan (EHCP) Workshop for Parents, Carers & Professionals

Posted on: December 20th, 2019 by Catherine Ford

This is a Legal Advice Workshop run by James Brown – Specialist Solicitor

Does your child have a special educational need or disability?  Have you been told you won’t get an EHC Plan?  Do you think your SENCo or the Local Authority’s “no” means you won’t get one?

Don’t be misled.  The law is very clear.  Come and find out what you are entitled to.

The workshop will cover

This is a fantastic opportunity to get some real hands-on advice and information from a specialist Lawyer with over 20 years’ experience in this kind of situation, rather than from someone who has just done the equivalent of the “theory driving test”.

SEN Legal success rates have never been under 90% (97% in 2018).  Come along and see what you could do for your child or young person.

 

 

Getting the most out of your Annual Review for Parents, Carers and Professionals

Posted on: December 20th, 2019 by Catherine Ford

Trainer: James Brown – Specialist Solicitor – SEN Legal Ltd

Does your child have an EHC Plan? 

If so, there is a legal requirement for that plan to be reviewed at least once a year.

The annual review is more than just a review; it is a vitally important legal process. It is your opportunity as a parent/carer to ensure the EHC is up to date, continues to reflect your child’s needs and that all legally enforceable provision is being delivered. Often schools are overly positive at annual reviews which results in provision that your child needs, being taken away.  Many parents underestimate the importance of this meeting and become frustrated when it is too late and they have missed their opportunity to make changes to their child’s educational provision.

The workshop will cover

NHS Continuing Healthcare, Adult Social Care, Powers of Attorney and Deputyships for Parents, Carers and Professionals

Posted on: December 20th, 2019 by Catherine Ford

Trainer: Melinda Nettleton Director/Principal Solicitor – SEN Legal Ltd

“Do you care for an adult 17+ who lacks mental capacity? Then this workshop is for you.

NHS Continuing Healthcare, Adult Social Care, Powers of Attorney and Deputyships”

If you care for an adult 17+ who lacks mental capacity, do you have any idea what your rights are and what you are entitled to? This workshop will cover:

Autism Surgery – Find out about our services

Posted on: December 17th, 2019 by Catherine Ford

Who can attend an Autism Surgery?

Members, non-members and professionals who are supporting children/families with autism.

This session is free to attend and booking is not necessary.

Please arrive at the start of the session.

What happens at an Autism Surgery?

Find out about our services

Meet other parents/carers

Seek advice about issues currently affecting you

Use our resource library

Book activities and workshops

Who can I speak to at an autism surgery?

Have a 10-minute chat with a member of the family support team or employability team.

Please note these sessions are not suitable for children.

We run evening surgery sessions to allow parents with child care responsibilities to attend.

Autism Surgery – Find out about our services

Posted on: December 17th, 2019 by Catherine Ford

Who can attend an Autism Surgery?

Members, non-members and professionals who are supporting children/families with autism.

This session is free to attend and booking is not necessary.

Please arrive at the start of the session.

What happens at an Autism Surgery?

Find out about our services

Meet other parents/carers

Seek advice about issues currently affecting you

Use our resource library

Book activities and workshops

Who can I speak to at an autism surgery?

Have a 10-minute chat with a member of the family support team or employability team.

Please note these sessions are not suitable for children.

We run evening surgery sessions to allow parents with child care responsibilities to attend.

Autism Surgery – Find out about our services

Posted on: December 17th, 2019 by Catherine Ford

Who can attend an Autism Surgery?

Members, non-members and professionals who are supporting children/families with autism.

This session is free to attend and booking is not necessary.

Please arrive at the start of the session.

What happens at an Autism Surgery?

Find out about our services

Meet other parents/carers

Seek advice about issues currently affecting you

Use our resource library

Book activities and workshops

Who can I speak to at an autism surgery?

Have a 10-minute chat with a member of the family support team or employability team.

Please note these sessions are not suitable for children.

We run evening surgery sessions to allow parents with child care responsibilities to attend.

Autism Surgery – Find out about our services

Posted on: December 17th, 2019 by Catherine Ford

Who can attend an Autism Surgery?

Members, non-members and professionals who are supporting children/families with autism.

This session is free to attend and booking is not necessary.

Please arrive at the start of the session.

What happens at an Autism Surgery?

Find out about our services

Meet other parents/carers

Seek advice about issues currently affecting you

Use our resource library

Book activities and workshops

Who can I speak to at an autism surgery?

Have a 10-minute chat with a member of the family support team or employability team.

Please note these sessions are not suitable for children.

We run evening surgery sessions to allow parents with child care responsibilities to attend.

Autism Surgery – Find out about our services

Posted on: December 17th, 2019 by Catherine Ford

Who can attend an Autism Surgery?

Members, non-members and professionals who are supporting children/families with autism.

This session is free to attend and booking is not necessary.

Please arrive at the start of the session.

What happens at an Autism Surgery?

Find out about our services

Meet other parents/carers

Seek advice about issues currently affecting you

Use our resource library

Book activities and workshops

Who can I speak to at an autism surgery?

Have a 10-minute chat with a member of the family support team or employability team.

Please note these sessions are not suitable for children.

We run evening surgery sessions to allow parents with child care responsibilities to attend.

Autism Surgery – Find out about our services

Posted on: December 17th, 2019 by Catherine Ford

Who can attend an Autism Surgery?

Members, non-members and professionals who are supporting children/families with autism.

This session is free to attend and booking is not necessary.

Please arrive at the start of the session.

What happens at an Autism Surgery?

Find out about our services

Meet other parents/carers

Seek advice about issues currently affecting you

Use our resource library

Book activities and workshops

Who can I speak to at an autism surgery?

Have a 10-minute chat with a member of the family support team or employability team.

Please note these sessions are not suitable for children.

We run evening surgery sessions to allow parents with child care responsibilities to attend.

Autism Surgery – Find out about our services

Posted on: December 17th, 2019 by Catherine Ford

Who can attend an Autism Surgery?

Members, non-members and professionals who are supporting children/families with autism.

This session is free to attend and booking is not necessary.

Please arrive at the start of the session.

What happens at an Autism Surgery?

Find out about our services

Meet other parents/carers

Seek advice about issues currently affecting you

Use our resource library

Book activities and workshops

Who can I speak to at an autism surgery?

Have a 10-minute chat with a member of the family support team or employability team.

Please note these sessions are not suitable for children.

We run evening surgery sessions to allow parents with child care responsibilities to attend.