A step by step guide to how to apply for an EHC Assessment
and participating in Annual Reviews
The Education, Health and Care Assessment process of your child’s special educational needs can seem like a minefield to many parents and carers – this absolutely should not be the case! Jane Friswell clearly explains how the process should and must operate in your local area and how you can and should have access.
This session will also briefly outlines the importance of a good quality annual review of any EHCP and how any review should be contributing to the Preparing for Adulthood outcomes in your child’s life.
3 takeaways from Jane’s training session
– Understand the statutory process of education, health and care assessment of a child’s special educational needs under the Children & Families Act 2014 Part 111 –
– Get insight on some of the effective ways and means parent carers can better access the statutory assessment process –
– Appreciate what a good EHCP looks like and feel empowered to contribute to quality assuring your child’s plan –
This session is aimed at Parents of children with SEND.Buy Now - It's just £10 to access Jane's session
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This session was originally presented at our Parent Talks online conference.
Jane received great feedback on her LIVE broadcast
“I chose to watch this as a professional working in school with the aim of supporting parents in making requests for assessment. I must say I found it informed my own point of view as well, as there is very little of this kind of content freely available for SENCOs and others.”
Carole Rose, Inclusion Manager – St Peter’s CE Academy
“Thank you for this! It did trigger a few additional areas to consider and professionals to contact. The slides were great. I am currently supporting two families, both at secondary school. If only there was more resources like this to help support families through this process.”
About the Creator
Jane Friswell / Educational Consultant.
A former SEN Head Teacher, with significant leadership experience in LA SEN Support advisory roles and as Chief Executive at nasen, Jane Friswell is now Director of SEND Consultancy. An innovative support agency for those working in SEND that specialises in leading effective strategic review of provision for children and young people with SEND. It commissions co-productively with young people with additional needs to effect improvement at local level.
Jane is Co-founder of SEND Radicals a collective of free-thinking, experienced and motivated leaders who are committed to creating positive change for young people with SEND.
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