* Management of Education Health & Care (EHC) Needs Assessment process
* Annual review of EHC plans and statements
* Provide advice and guidance to education providers, parents and other professionals regarding EHC Needs Assessment and review process
Brigg & District
Hewson House Station Road Brigg North Lincolnshire DN20 8XJ
01724 297 148
Monday to Thursday: 8.30am - 5pm
Friday: 8.30am - 4.30pm
Requests for EHC Needs Assessment can be made by the child's parent, a young person over the age of 16 but under the age of 25, or a person acting on behalf of a school or post 16 institution.
See what is an EHC Needs Assesment section of the Local Offer site for further information on the process and associated documentation. EHCP Coordinators are linked to education providers and can provide information regarding the assessment and review process.
Advice and guidance to education providers re SEND Code of Practice and the EHC Needs Assessment and Review Process. Training for education providers and other professionals re EHC Needs Assessment and Review Process.
Management of EHC Needs Assessment and review process including decision making re EHC Needs Assessments, writing EHCPs and amendment notices, and consultations with providers re placements. EHCP coordinators are linked to each education provider and provide information and guidance regarding the EHC Needs Assessment and review process. EHCP coordinators also work with parents providing advice regarding the EHC Needs Assessment and Review Process as well as meeting with parents to discuss draft EHCPs. EHCP coordinators also attend some transfer reviews and annual reviews when necessary,
Parents and Carers
Parents' views are sought as part of the EHC Needs Assessment process and Person Centred review meetings. A child and family feedback form is completed during annual reviews when relevant to gain further feedback from parents.
Children and Young People
The views of children and young people are sought as part of the EHC Needs Assessment process and person centred review meetings. A child and family feedback form is completed during annual reviews when relevant to gain further feedback .