How can parents discover the hidden strengths of the Educational Health Care plan with respect to their children?
This exciting workshop is all about the role of the parent in the lives of children with SEND. In simple words, how can parents discover the hidden strengths of the Educational Health Care Plan (EHCP) with respect to their children.
The purpose of an EHCP according to the SEND code of practice is to make special educational provision to meet the special educational needs of the child or young person.
Families should be at the heart of these government reforms. and more. There is an urgent call for the need for integrated care for all children and young persons with needs.
The EHCP is a child’s plan, showing where the child is now and the plans and preparations for the future. Education Health Care Plans are documents generating legal obligations on L.A.s (Local Authorities) and CCGs (Clinical Commissioning Groups) making provisions more accessible for children with special educational needs.
This workshop will give you the tools to help your child, get ahead in life, learn their strengths and weaknesses. It will also help parents understand the role the Local Authority must play for your child’s EHCP.
Sign up for this enlightening workshop!
Click here to purchase My Excellent Child: The Practicalities of the EHCP for Parents
Ruth D-Whyte is an award-winning educationist. Her track record in the sector spans over 25 years; having spent her professional life working both internationally and locally, setting up a multi-phase school and multiple inclusive centres for special needs children.
Despite these achievements she values her role of as a special needs parent the most. Promoting the philosophy she practices, she now is a passionate advocate for fellow special needs parents. She champions them in their fights for their children’s futures. Empowering their own professional growth and development as they all journey to identify their child’s excellence.
Connect with Ruth:
Twitter – @RuthDWhyte
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