Supporting practitioners to identify appropriate and timely interventions to support local families
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You Said, We Did
We work in partnership with parents, carers, young people and professionals across all aspects of SEND work in Royal Greenwich.
We have produced reports that show you some of the ways we have done this. On this page you will also…
I am worried about my child's health and development
All children are individual and will develop at different rates. However, to get a general idea ‘milestones’ are used to help track your child’s development and to give an indication as to whether they are progressing at a ‘typical’ rate.
This page contains responses to…
Short Breaks Info
The term “short breaks” refers to services that help parents/carers to more effectively
provide care for their disabled children by providing them regular breaks so that they can meet the needs of other children in the family; study or take part in leisure activities themselves; or carry…
My child's special education need / disability
There are many different types of SEN and disabilities.
We have put together information sheets on a range of special educational needs and disabilities. You can see these by looking at the Related Links to the right.
Furthermore, Contact a Family offer a comprehensive guide on…
A personal budget is an amount of money or resource that is allocated to meet the outcomes agreed in your child or young person’s Support Plan or Education, Health and Care Plan (EHC plan) if they cannot be met by the services already…
Education, Health and Care Plans
From September 2014 Education, Health and Care Plans (EHC Plans) started to replace Statements of Special Educational Need. The government introduced a new Act – the Children and Families Act – which has changed the way children and young people from 0-25 years with SEND…
Greenwich self harm protocol for 2018 and mental health signs and symptoms.
This guidance has been produced for everyone who engages directly with children and young people in their day to day work and who may become aware of a young person’s, risk of self-harm, actual self-harm or suicidal thoughts or intentions.
The purpose of this guidance…