The SEN Assessment Coordinator will make contact with all professional which are actively involved with the child or young person’s education, health and social care needs asking for a detailed assessment report, known as an Appendix giving them 6 weeks to respond (by week 12 from the request for an EHC need assessment). A professional is actively involved if they are working with a child or young person or the strategies or interventions they recommended remain relevant or continue to be implemented.
Appendices requested are:
School or educational setting – Appendix B
Health services - Appendix C
Educational Psychologist - Appendix D
Social care services - Appendix E
Parents are also invited to submit further information about their child’s needs as part of the assessment.
Your SEN Assessment Coordinator will arrange a Draft Education, Health and Care Plan Meeting (which will take place by week 16 of the process and will notify professionals, parent/carers and young people of this date.
If you need any of these documents in a different format please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Last Update 1 December 2016 by Findability Team.