- About the Project
- Resources for families + professionals
- What works: the evidence
- Guidance for professionals + commissioners
Early Intervention Project Survey: Year 2 (619 downloads)
Legal Duties and Guidance (1038 downloads)
Why We Need Local Pathways (1047 downloads)
Children and young people’s guide to SEND reformslink to website · 23/02/16
These guides have been written for children and young people to help explain how the new SEND reforms will effect them.
SEN and Disability Reformslink to website · 23/02/16
In March 2014, the Children and Families Bill successfully completed its passage through both Houses of Parliament and it received Royal Assent becoming the Children and Families Act 2014 (CFA 2014)…
For Health Professionals 2 – the Early Intervention Projectview video · 18/02/16
For GPs, Health Visitors and hospital staff. Press the arrow keys ( <-, ->) to go between the slides, and the button in the bottom right-hand corner for full screen.
For Health Professionals 1 – the Early Intervention Projectview video · 18/02/16
For clinical psychologists, OTs, and behaviour specialists. Press the arrow keys ( <-, ->) to go between the slides, and the button in the bottom right-hand corner for full screen.
Early Support Resourceslink to website · 18/02/16
The Early Support resources aim to help bring service providers together with parent carers, children and young people on the basis of shared information.
SEND – a guide for parents and carerslink to website · 18/02/16
This guide is for parents and carers of children and young people aged 0-25 years who have special educational needs (SEN) or a disability.
For Education Professionals: the Early Intervention Projectview video · 18/02/16
Press the arrow keys ( <-, ->) to go between the slides, and the button in the bottom right-hand corner for full screen.
Developing an Education, Health & Care Plan (397 downloads)
Getting an Education, Health & Care Planlink to website · 11/12/15
This information sheet is for family carers of children and young people with severe learning disabilities and behaviour described as challenging living in England.