SENDIASS sessions for parents and carers

Booking is open for our popular Annual Reviews of EHC plans webinar. This webinar was co-produced with parents and carers and practitioners are also welcome to register. The session includes explaining the purpose and process of an annual review and how parents and their children are involved.

Anyone who books will receive a pre-recording of the webinar to watch at their own pace along with a suite of additional resources.

Annual Reviews of EHC plans (PDF flyer)

13 March 2024 (6pm – 7:30pm)

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Booking is also open for a repeat online session for parents, carers and young people with a learning disability. Hosted by SENDIASS and presented by ACE Anglia’s Peer Educators. The session explains what an annual health check is, how to prepare and resources to help you. Evening session – to make it easier for young people to take part. The presenters will send one-page-profiles so the young people know who to expect to see.

Annual Health Checks (PDF flyer)

20 March 2024 (7pm – 8pm)

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And there’s still time for families to book on the following sessions:

(Anyone who registers for either session will receive a pre-recording to watch in their own time and at their own pace.)

A relaxed online session for parents and carers, hosted by SENDIASS, to help parents understand how we use our senses to navigate everyday life and react to the world around us.  

The presentation will be delivered by a member of Suffolk’s Early Years and Childcare Service and will explain how children take sensory information in and relate it to the behaviour that comes out.  The session will also explore some simple strategies and resources that can support young children with sensory processing difficulties.

Sensory processing difficulties in the early years (PDF flyer)

5 March 2024 (6pm – 7:30pm)

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Also, our online session helping families prepare for the transition to high school for pupils with SEN. This relaxed session was coproduced with parents and is supported by a specialist teacher from Suffolk’s Communication and Interaction service.

Planning transition to secondary school for pupils with SEN (PDF flyer)

7 March 2024 (10am – 11:30am)

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