Created by POINT on behalf of the NW SEND Regional Network 2016

The North West Network have been asked to share the following details fro Rebecca Ryan at NDTI following the PfA Supported Internships Conference in Wigan on the 31st January 2020.

Thank you again for being part of our PfA Supported Internship conference last Friday! 


September 20, 2018

A new four year plan has been launched by the Greater Manchester Health and Care Board which maps out how agencies in the region will work closer together to make sure local services offered from before birth through to adulthood, will give every child across Greater M...

September 20, 2018

CDC recognise that children and young people with SEND and complex needs often access support delivered by multiple agencies and services, and that often this support is not as integrated as it should or could be. Lots of work is happening nationally, regionally and lo...

September 20, 2018

The North West example of shared learning:

The latest NW SEND Regional Network Newsletter is now available featuring all the latest news, events and information from across the North West Region.

Click below to access the newsletter pages which feature the latest newsletter for June 2017 plus previous editions t...

See attached the latest update from the Delivering better Outcomes Together (DBOT) Partnership which shows their offer of support to the SEND Regional Networks in 2017/18.

Click Here to access the delivery Plan

In February 2017, 2 workshops were delivered in partnership with Mott McDonald and the Department for Education which focused on shared learning and peer review of Local Offers across the North West Region.

The events were well attended and led to an outcomes report bei...

From the conception of the NW SEND regional network we have issued an annual rapid response survey to inform planning for the following year and to ensure that the network has up to date contacts.

This years survey is now open and the NW SEND Regional Network are seeki...

February 26, 2017

The Guidance issued on 21st February 2017 includes:

  1. Managing 19- to 25-year-olds’ EHC plans

  2. Education, training and benefits

  3. Funding

  4. Considering health and social care needs

  5. Including young people in decision-making

Access the guidance here: