We are very pleased to announce that new content has been added to www.ehcpjourneys.com
The website is being used by many LAs across the country to help them reflect on and develop their local EHC processes.
The new content pulls together examples of practice in LA Education, Health and Care services that have been developed over the few years since the SEND Reforms were introduced.
The case studies of promising practice cover four key themes:
- Involving families – looking at collecting valuable feedback and involving young people
- Multiagency working – including engaging health and collecting good quality EHCP input
- Developing the EHC process – looking at making the process more accessible to families
- Looking to the future – including setting outcomes
“This is a really helpful resource for Local Authority teams. And free!” Head of SEN team
“An amazingly useful resource on education, health and care planning for children and young people. Was shared with me as part of care and support planning work we're doing for NHS England” Health service commissioner
“Using this to look out for good practice suggestions. Trying to meet the needs and desires of parents and young people” – Prinicipal Ed Psych
“We are working with reps from our SENDIAS service, our independent supporters and mediation advisors initially to go through the service checklist. I hope it will help identify areas for change and provide some evidence for the SEND area inspection”. – Head of SEN service
“We’ve used it to underpin our training sessions, focusing on key findings. The checklist is a really helpful tool and the links are excellent” – Commissioner
Have a look for yourself www.ehcpjourneys.com