One Planning and Education, Health and Care Plan
An Education Health and Care (EHC) plan is the document which replaces Statements of SEN and Learning Difficulties Assessments (LDAs). Find out more about these changes.
Brentwood Extended Services; providing services to its schools to enable them to support families and pupils through difficult period in their lives so that they can reach their potential.
An umbrella body for the disabled children's sector in England, with links to other UK nations, supporting parents and families.
Providing information, advice and support to disabled children and young people, and those with Special Educational Needs, and their parents.
A network of local forums meeting in regional settings, working together to effect local and national service improvement through participation and co production with parent carers.
Bringing together a wide range of expertise and experience to support young people into adulthood with paid employment, good health, independent living and friends, relationships and community inclusion.
Aims to inform parents so that they can grow in strength and knowledge and become better equipped to give the best possible help to their children.
Providing advice and support through the statutory assessment and Education & Health Care Plan processes to Young People with SEND and their parents.
Provides a free, confidential information and advice service on issues affecting disabled people to enable and empower individuals to improve their quality of life.
A local disability information and advice service run by and for disabled people.
A specialist service which supports people who are most vulnerable, or who find themselves at a particularly challenging point in their lives.
A national network of parents working towards properly resourced inclusive education for all children with special needs.
The leading charity for the autism spectrum (including Asperger syndrome) and their families.