You said, we did
The Lancashire SEND Partnership formed in 2018 following the Ofsted and the Care Quality Commission (CQC) joint inspection of special educational needs and disability (SEND) services in our local area.
It brings together parents, carers, young people and professionals to develop and improve SEND services locally.
Together we have reviewed the local offer to help us improve the information and make the site easier to use. We looked at other areas in the country to see what we could learn, talked to young people, parent carers and partners. We would welcome your feedback, as we’d love to hear what’s working well and what still needs to be done.
We have also collected information and data about SEND to improve our planning for the future and help us make decisions about services in the local area. This information is summarised in the joint strategic needs assessment (JSNA) for SEND. A SEND dashboard has also been created to share our data.
Feedback from children and young people, parent/carers and partners has informed the development of a number of Lancashire SEND Partnership publications.
Education health and care (EHC) plans
Young Person and parent/carer annual review survey results 2021
The annual review survey collects children, young peoples and parent/carers views of the support that is delivered through educational heath and care (EHC) plans.
This is a short survey of 5 questions to be completed at the end of the annual review meeting and replaces the Personal Outcomes Evaluation Toolkit (POET).
You can now view the annual review survey results 2021.