Q:

Where can I find practical advice on how to navigate the EHCP process without legal support?

Catie Sheret

Catie Sheret
14 Nov 2021
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  • 22 Nov 2021
  • Yes

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    There’s a lot of help out there if you are doing it yourself. It can be daunting but I found IPSEA, SOS!SEN websites and webinars, and also Families in Focus incredibly helpful for me. I had a brilliant contact at Families in Focus who walked me through the process. Also speak to other SEN mums/dads who have been through it and local online groups who have been through the experience themselves. 

    L C

    L C
    Parent of a beautiful autistic and ADHD girl

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  • 16 Nov 2021
  • Yes

    Simple

    I found my local SENDIASS to be helpful for this

     

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  • 14 Nov 2021
  • Other

    Other

    Can't answer yes or no.:

    There are some great resources available here:

    IPSEA have a support page here -  and various training options to buy here 

    SOS!SEN offer a confidential helpline and lots of helpful written resources here 

    Special Needs Jungle provide really helpful SEND system flow charts here

    Cerebra provides an 'Accessing Public Services Toolkit

    The Council for Disabled Children provides the Information, Advice and Support Services Network supporting local area services, and you can find your own local service here 

     

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