Information, Advice and Support

Education is one of our key priorities. Our parent representatives sit on several strategic groups to improve educational provision for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND)

Hull SEND Information, Advise and Support Service (SENDIASS)

The Hull Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Information Advice and Support Service or SENDIASS is a free, confidential and impartial service for parents and carers, children and young people (up to 25 years).
https://www.kids.org.uk/hull-sendiass

They also have a social media page you can find here:
https://www.facebook.com/HullSendiass/

IPSEA

National charity providing free legally based advice to families who have children and young people with SEND.

https://www.ipsea.org.uk/

SEND Code of Practice: 0-25 years:

Guidance on the special educational needs and disability (SEND) system for children and young people aged 0 to 25

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/send-code-of-practice-0-to-25

Hull Local Offer:

Information about services for families and individuals with special educational needs or disabilities and how to access them. Covers Education, Health and Social Care 0-25 years

http://hull.mylocaloffer.org/s4s/WhereILive/Council?pageId=3018

Cerebra Toolkit Workshop

The ToolKit exists to help parents access Public Services through Health, Education and Social

Care and outlines what parent carers can do if they experience problems in accessing the services they are entitled to.

The Toolkit includes Template letters for you to officially complain in the correct way and get your complaint listened to.

Download the document/Toolkit here
https://cerebra.org.uk/download/accessing-public-services-toolkit/

Person Centred Approaches Guidance:

Person centred planning places the young person and their family at the centre of decision making. It requires the young person to be recognised as an individual with strengths and challenges, likes and dislikes. Person centred planning tools such as one page profiles, working / not working and important to / important for can help with planning support that reflects the individual needs, strengths and aspirations of the young person and their family.

http://www.helensandersonassociates.co.uk/person-centred-practice/person-centred-thinking-tools/

CDC is a national charity that works closely with Government Departments to bring together views from the disabled children’s sector and to influence policy. They have a resource hub offering a range of information, practice guidance and toolkits

https://councilfordisabledchildren.org.uk/resources-and-help

A Guide to Supporting a Child who is Struggling to Attend School:

An in-depth guidance document about the ways schools can support a child who may be struggling to maintain their attendance. This resource is a useful guide for parent carers about what help schools could put in place to try to combat attendance concerns.

https://itmustbemum.files.wordpress.com/2017/10/a-guide-to-supporting-a-child-who-is-struggling-to-attend-school.pdf