Guidance & Toolkits
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
Person Centre 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.
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.
Healthwatch Shropshire is the health and social care champion for people and local communities in Shropshire. The help make sure everyone gets the best from their health and social care services - and that those services are as good as they can be and work in a joined-up way. Healthwatch want to understand people's experiences and what matters to them most.
Shropshire Community Health NHS Trust provides community-based health services for adults in Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin, and some services in surrounding areas too. These range from district nursing, health visiting and running four community hospitals through to providing very specialist community care through talented and dedicated staff.
NHS choices is the official website of National Health Service in England. Click here for information on care and support.
Change 4 Life is a good place to find ways to "help your kids stay healthy"
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 struggle 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.
Meeting the needs of a child with SEND can sometimes be challenging, and you may feel that you need some extra help and support to improve things for your child and your family.
Shropshire's website for information about adult social care in Shropshire.