Over the past couple of weeks, a few dozen families of children and young people with Special Educational Needs and/or Disability have been getting Paperbag Sensory and Activity Packs delivered to their doorstep. (P.S. With social distancing strictly observed) These packs
Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) is currently doing a review of the services that children and young people with complex needs access. The aim of the review is to find out: What is working well and how can other areas and services learn from this?
Over the past few weeks, we have been in discussions with Manchester City Council as part of our Short Breaks Co-production Pathway work. In true spirit of co-production, the city council is inviting MPCF members and Manchester Parent Champions to a Short Breaks-themed listening session
Continuing evaluation from families is important to the new Social Communication Assessment Pathway (see previous post) - South CAMHS are inviting feedback on the previous SCAIT pathway, for comparison. Please let's send them lots of requests! They will continue to run surveys like this throughout
We are currently (and constantly) working with Manchester City Council (MCC) to improve the Local Offer, a tool that helps parents and carers find out information, services, and events relevant to children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). MCC is currently
We shared a survey in November, asking fellow parent-carers to share what they think about the different Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) services available for their child/ young person. We have now collated the (anonymised) data, which we will present to various service providers
We have just published a survey, with the aim of getting parent-carers' views on how Education, Health, and Social Care (EHC) settings are doing in terms of meeting the needs of children and young people aged 0-25 with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). Below
In May, we published a survey asking fellow parent-carers to share what they think about the different Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) services available for their child/ young person. We collated the (anonymised) data in June and presented them to various service providers across