23rd July 2020 — 23rd July 2021
EHC plan workshop sessions
Are you interested in learning more about EHC plans and how to make a request…
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13th August 2020 — 30th July 2021
Families United Events
Young Adults Club Their Young Adult Club is open to young adults with additional needs…
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23rd September 2020 — 5th October 2020
SOS SEN- Supporting Children and Young people with special educational needs and disabilities
We have the following webinars lined up! Wednesday 23 September 2020, Time: 6pm-7:30pm- Nursery to…
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Luton SENDIAS service are not currently offering face to face meetings with families, both in the community or at school. Luton SENDIAS service will not be able to attend face to face meetings until further notice. As always, we are contactable by email or through our helpline to provide access to information, advice and support. In addition, please read the Council for Disabled Children’s guidance.
COVID 19 and Education, Health and Care Plan processes – an update from Educational Psychology Service
We are working really hard to keep Education, Health and Care (EHC) plan processes moving but because of Covid 19 and the impact it is having on capacity within health, social care and education services it means that there may be delay in the contribution from advice givers in these services and this will likely delay normal processes.
In addition, education, health and care needs assessments for an EHC plan may look different as it becomes more difficult for many services to do their work face to face. They may need to do more by telephone or video call where possible. Our decision-making panels are still taking place however they are moving to online meetings. We will continue to review these processes and provide regular updates.
Introduction to the Information Advice and Support Service
The Luton SENDIAS Service is a statutory service supported and funded by Luton Council and Luton Clinical Commissioning Group. The service is impartial and operates at ‘arms length’ from the Local Authority.
The law requires all local authorities to provide children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and their parents/carers with information, advice and support.
The Service aims to help parents/carers, children and young people and professional staff to work together to provide the best possible support to children and young people with SEND.
We hope you find this website useful and welcome your feedback, which can be provided by sending us an e-mail at [email protected]
Luton SENDIAS Service
Tel: 01582 548156