Good quality social care advice and information
Caroline Coady covers the fundamentals of the role of social care in EHCPs, with a focus on good quality social care advice and information. She explains the social care roles and responsibilities in relation to EHCPs and explores approaches to advice and information linked to outcomes and aspirations. She also aligns the social care input to EHCPs with that of other activities and services.
3 takeaways from Caroline’s training session
– Understand the roles and responsibilities in relation to social care and EHC plans –
– Explore approaches to advice and information linked to outcomes and aspirations –
– Align the social care input to EHCPs with that of other activities and services; –
This session is aimed at ALL those involved in EHC planning with a particular focus on the role of social care.
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This session was originally presented live at one of our online Virtual SEND Conferences.
About the Creator
Caroline Coady / Council for Disabled Children
Caroline Coady is Assistant Director for Social Care at the Council for Disabled Children (CDC). She is a key player in ensuring the success of CDC’s social care training programmes which look at the interactions between SEND legislation, social care legislation and mental capacity legislation, including support for young people as they prepare for adulthood.
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