This is a new commissioning tool, developed by the Council for Disabled Children (CDC) to support local areas to help understand their data relating to children and young people with SEND. The tool brings together data relevant to education, health and social care that has already been captured by local areas. At present the Dashboard features health data relating to mental health services, national learning disability statistics, personal health budgets and GP annual health
There is an array of statistical data focused on SEN and Disabilities. This news feature gives you summary of some of the key data resources and links to access the data sets. Statistics: special educational needs (SEN) (30/05/19)
Statistics on pupils with SEN, including information on educational attainment, destinations, absence, exclusions, and characteristics.
Statements of SEN and EHC P
The Council for Disabled Children has produced a second film on the DCO and DMO roles, during the National Event in Birmingham. In this short film DCO and DMOs talk about their roles, their contributions and the challenges they face.
Developing good speech, language and communication skills in early life is important if a child is to flourish at school and beyond. Building on a previous report, Public Health England has worked with stakeholders to identify the latest evidence and data on this topic and has now published speech, language and communication narrative reports. The reports are integrated with PHE’s Fingertips platform and summarise data and evidence at local authority level to support decision
Rationale for the Story So Far
The Story so far was developed after consultation with both parents and partners the tool is a summarised version of the Early Help Family Support Plan and is currently being piloted across Bury by Schools and both maintained and non-maintained settings in order to provide a holistic tool to support the needs of families, children and young people. The completion of the ‘Story So Far ‘requires an integrated approach with the child/young person
The Council for Disabled Children has been commissioned by the Department of Health and Social Care to develop e-learning modules on Children’s Continuing Care. This e-training is being designed for everyone involved in the Children and Young People’s Continuing Care pathway. To illustrate some of the key steps of the children continuing care, as well as the significant variation in practice across the country, some case studies are needed which provide examples of effective