A Rix Inclusive Research ‘Talking Heads’ discussion between three Local Authority SEND implementation leads in different regions.
Local Authority Perspectives: a different approach to Education, Health and Care planning
Free Webinar with live Q&A
Aired: Thursday 20th April 2017: 13:00 – 13:30
Since the Children and Families Act (2014) and the SEND code of practice have come into effect, Local Authorities have been grappling with significant and challenging changes that will deliver the requirements for individuals with special educational needs and disabilities.
This legislation places emphasis on finding ways of capturing the voice and aspirations of children and young people with SEND to inform the EHC planning process. And this requires a new approach.
In this webinar, we’ll look at the impact that Local Authorities from our community of practice have realised, through the adoption of Multimedia Advocacy and Rix Wikis.
This panel discussion will help you understand:
Innovative approaches adopted by Local Authorities to put families and young people with complex needs in control of their information
How Local Authorities are capturing the voice of these individuals and their approach to sharing this information.
The efficiency and effectiveness impact to EHC planning
Give you the opportunity to have your questions answered
About Rix Inclusive Research:
Rix Research & Media has been pioneering inclusive and co-produced technology to put children & young people with disabilities and their families, in control of their information and share their needs and aspirations for over 15 years. Rix Research & Media is engaged with a range of inclusive research projects across the UK, Europe and the US in addition to working with 20 Local Authorities in the UK.
Contact us for details of how to apply for the co-developed ‘Doing Things Differently’ Research Partnership