Online Events

Effective communication with parents and carers – working together to support learning and success

For professionals working with children and young people with special educational needs and disability

 

 Thursday 5th November 11 – 12 midday

Working together with parents and carers is essential to support a child’s learning success and well-being.
This is particularly important when a child has additional needs.
This session explores effective communication and recognising the importance of parental needs and emotions.

For professionals working with children and young people with special educational needs and/or disability in Wolverhampton.

 Please register through this link for Eventbrite

 

Q&A – special educational needs and disability

For parents and carers of children (0-25) with additional needs

Tuesday 10th November 11.30-12.30

IASS will be answering your questions in relation to the law on special educational needs and disability; what you can expect from school-based support; EHCPs and Wolverhampton’s Travel Unit Co-ordinator will be joining us to answer questions on school/college transport.

If you live in Wolverhampton and have a child (0-25) with additional needs, you will find this session useful.

Please register through this link for Eventbrite

 

Q&A for young people with additional needs

For young people with additional needs

Thursday 26th November 5.30 – 6.30pm

The Information, Advice and Support Service will be answering your questions about the support you can expect from your school or college; Education, Health and Care plans and the help available to you.

If you are a young person (16-25) with additional needs living in Wolverhampton, you will find this session useful.

Please register through this link for Eventbrite

 

EHCP taster

For parents and carers of children (0-25) with additional needs

 

Wednesday 9th December 1 – 2pm


Join us for our online EHCP taster session where we will be covering:
Legal definitions
What an Education, Health and Care plan (EHCP) is
The EHC needs assessment process
Help and support available


If you live in Wolverhampton and have a child (0-25) with additional needs, then you will find this session useful.

Professionals working with children and young people in Wolverhampton are also welcome.

Please register through this link for Eventbrite

 

Read some of the lovely feedback from our summer online sessions. 

Look out for more events next year in our ebulletin and on our social media pages.

 

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Updated: October 26, 2020 — 3:35 pm