- 17 Jan 2022
PART H1 – MY SHORT BREAKS AND CARE PACKAGE
- 19 May 2021
(H1/H2) Social Care provision
No identified social care provision for this outcome
- 07 May 2021
Awaiting outcome of CYLDS assessment
- 30 Apr 2021
Social Wellbeing Provision
[On the EHCP form Section E outcomes are listed beside the Section H provision.]
[child] has an allocated Social Worker and a Child in Need (CIN) plan
For [child] to be supported to access health services and attend all appointments.
For [child] to have weekly swimming sessions at school.
[child] attends [name] School, as a weekly border where his special educational needs are being met. This is to be reviewed at his annual review each year.
For [child] to work on putting his trousers on independently. For staff to prompt him and work on this target at school and in the residential setting.
For [child] to work towards sending an email to his parents on the iPad.
[child] gets 3 hours of Direct Payment support per week. This has been agreed to be able to be accumulated and used in the holidays.
For [child] to be taken to RAP to review his support package.
For [child] to write and read his 'news book' at school daily. For [mother] to send these in.
For staff to encourage [child] to read in his leisure time.
For [child] to ask an identified student at school to help him in a task
For [child] to read instructions and follow them (to increase his reading ability and comprehension).
For school to send the OCN words home that [child] is practising at school so that [father] and [mother] can practise them with him at home.
> Amount and frequency of input:
For the CIN worker to visit [child] every 6 months and to keep in contact with the family every 3 months.
For [child] to be taken to RAP every 6 months.
For [child] to have a CIN meeting every 6 months.
> Who is responsible:
Social Care working with family, education and health as appropriate.