Education Health and Care plans - parent/carer workshop
All you need to know about Education, Health and Care (EHC) plans, the EHC needs assessment process and what outcomes may look like for your child.
This workshop will be particularly helpful if your child is currently going through the EHC needs assessment process or has a statement of special educational needs.
Booking is essential as places are limited. Please email your details to email@example.com to book a place.
Building the Right Support, Transforming Care Together - National Conference
Supporting siblings whose brothers or sisters have autism
The Options Group is a national provider of support and education for children, young people and adults with autism. The group has produced a help sheet about supporting siblings whose brothers or sisters have autism. Read the help sheet
World Autism Awareness week 27th March to 2nd April
Seeking parental views on Special Educational Needs and Disability in Wolverhampton
Voice4Parents is Wolverhampton’s parent/carer forum. We are a group of parents whose children have a range of additional needs. We work closely with the Information, Advice and Support Service to gather the views of parents and carers to try and improve services in Wolverhampton.
We work with decision makers across education, health and social care to make sure that services meet the needs of local families. In order to do this, we need to know what works well and what doesn’t. We collect feedback in a number of ways but we have complied a survey to try and gather views and experiences. The return can be anonymous but we really would encourage you to take a few minutes to complete it. Your views and experiences are really important.
Wolverhampton is preparing for an inspection on how well it is implementing the new legislation on special educational needs and disability. The inspectors will want to hear from parents and carers. This is one way that we can ensure your experiences are shared.
Voice4Parents wants to know that the services and information provided through Wolverhampton’s Local Offer for Special Educational Needs and Disability reflects the needs of parents, carers and young people. Let us know so we can make it better for you.
How can you help to improved services in Wolverhampton? - The answer is, very easily! Just complete a survey designed by Voice4 Parents to gather the views of parents and carers to try and improve services in Wolverhampton.
You have received this e-mail bulletin because your e-mail address is held by the Information, Advice and Support Service. If you are a parent/carer, we hope you will find the information helpful. Please be assured that parental contact details will not be shared elsewhere. Please note that the Information, Advice and Support Service or Wolverhampton City Council do not guarantee that this message or attachments are virus free or reach you in their original form and accept no liability arising from this. Any views or opinions expressed within this email are those of the writer and may not necessarily reflect those of Information, Advice and Support or Wolverhampton City Council.
If you are a school, organisation or other professional, please help us to share this information with parents and carers, we hope you will find these bulletins informative and helpful in your work.