Ofsted and Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspectors will be coming to Manchester next week to assess how effective our local area is at identifying and meeting the needs of children & young people who have Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND). The inspection will
Today, we received the following letter from Manchester City Council, where they give an overview of what happens during a Local Area SEND Inspection and ask parents & carers to take part in a survey that Ofsted & the Care Quality Commission (CQC) published as
We've been informed that Manchester will be dedicating 2022 as the "Year of the Child" - a year to celebrate and further support children and young people in Manchester. As part of this city-wide campaign, they will create a programme of activities, opportunities and experiences
Information, Advice and Support Manchester (IASM) wants to find out if their new way of working during the coronavirus pandemic is suitable to families. Please answer the quick survey below (2 minutes) to help improve our local SENDIASS (Special Educational Needs and/or Disability IAS Service).
Manchester City Council's SEND Lead, Julie Hicklin | Photo Credit: Preparing for Adulthood Julie Hicklin, Manchester City Council's Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Lead, recently sent us a letter to be shared to parent-carers of children and young people with SEND in Manchester.
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
Hello Everyone Wow! It's been a busy six months for Manchester Parent Carer Forum. The Forum had it's official launch the end of March - our conference report plus photos are now on the website. We held coffee mornings in north, south and central Manchester,
It was a busy week last few weeks for the Forum in June and July. We had the chance to present the results of our survey at the Local Offer review meeting, which left some services in shock to say the least! Then we sat
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