London, United Kingdom, September 22, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Our National Integrating Services for Disabled Children from 0 to 25 Years Conference addresses the changes presented in the Children and Families Bill and provides a practical insight to help you prepare for the implementation of these key reforms including the extension of the SEN system from birth to 25 and replacing old statements with a new birth to 25 education, health and care plan.
With a draft Special Education Needs (SEN) Code of Practice due to be published for consultation in Autumn 2013 and changes to implementation being driven by learning from SEND pathfinders, this conference is perfectly timed to help you place families and young people at the centre of service design and delivery.
Attend this timely conference to hear the following key areas covered:
- Effective multi-agency working in delivering a single education, health and care plan
- Implementing personal budgets through integrating funding and services across health and social care
- Taking advantage of the opportunities to co-produce services alongside parents and young people
- Improving early support services beyond the early years
This event provides a key opportunity to hear directly from leading experts and practitioners including innovative pathfinder areas.
Do not miss the opportunity to hear practical sessions from areas at the forefront of implementing these reforms and shaping service provision to improve outcomes for children and young people in your locality.
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