Families Practitioners Managers Schools: Greater independence Achievement for All SEND Pathfinders and Delivery Partners SEND Green Paper Next Steps Select Committee pre-legislative scrutiny Children and Young People’s Health Outcomes Two year check Health Visitors SEND Early Support Preparation for Adulthood Impact (Short Breaks) Parent Participation Early Language Development
2012 Established good practice: local and national Revised EYFS Foundation Years 0-5 Schools School funding SEND Green Paper and Next Steps: Services working together for families Reform of the National Health Service (NHS)
Education Social care Health The world of schools and colleges Expectations of participation Cutbacks!
SEND Green Paper and legislation: vision Early assessment of SEN Skilled staff Giving parents control Services working together Local Offer Post 16 with 139 A – EHC Plan
Children and Young People’s Health Outcomes Forum: July 2012 ‘The Forum recommends that a composite indicator be developed CYP with long term condition, disability or special educational needs, has a coordinated package of care, quality assessment access to key working appropriate equipment; Quality of experience should be measured.
Services working together for families: Joint commissioning arrangements New legal duty on Clinical Commissioning Groups to secure the health services that are specified in Education, Health and Care Plans. 6.3.13
Consultation re personal health budgets http://www.dh.gov.uk/health/2013/03/direct- payments-consultation/ March 13
Report on pathfinder developments Joint report on progress in pathfinder programme survey of 65 families with education health and care plans http://www.education.gov.uk/childrenandyoungpeo ple/send/b0075291/green-paper/pathfinders DoH DfE 5 March 2013
House of Commons Select Committee ‘they should create a presumption that a key worker/lead professional will be appointed unless there are good reasons not to do so.’ December 2012
House of Commons Select Committee The importance of the Local Offer We also recommend the establishment of a national framework Aim to ensure consistency, and accountability December 2012
Early Support – a delivery mechanism for positive change
Early Support Early Support is a way of working that: enables coordination of activity provides families with a single point of contact and continuity through key working promotes partnership working and better engagement with families.
Early Support approach Shared information Integrated services co-ordination and key working Planning and decision making in partnership with families Single plan
Education, health and care plans York model based on Early support and Preparing for adulthood Aim to provide a more person centred approach with the co-production of plans, not about substituting one set of paperwork for another
Legal process February 5th – First reading of Children and Families Bill in Parliamt February 25th – Second reading of Bill Draft SEN Code of Practice follows Bill September 2014 - Implementation
Duke of Edinburgh Promotion Information Evening for inclusive DoE Tuesday 12 th March 6.30-8.oopm 29 Castlegate Parents/carers and young people welcome