As part of our project we are collecting useful information, tips and guidance to offer some help and support. This archive of information will be updated over time and we’re open to suggestions – if you have any useful resources to share.
We have collected all sorts of different types of material and organised all by topic as well as relevance. While this is for everyone – bear in mind that our information is sometimes aimed at a certain group of people. For example, family carers will be most interested in how to get an Education, Health and Care Plan, and professionals may want to know how to develop one.
Can’t find what you’re looking for? Feel free to get in touch.
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- Guidance for professionals + commissioners
Independent evaluation of EIP (246 downloads)
What’s the point of a parent carer’s needs assessment?link to website · 23/02/16
A blog on parent carer’s needs assessments.
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)…
Parent carer participationlink to website · 23/02/16
Parent carer participation: the role of health services in supporting disabled children (CAF).
National Autistic Society: the TEACCH approachlink to website · 23/02/16
The primary aim of the TEACCH programme is to help prepare people with autism to live or work more effectively at home, at school and in the community.
Alternative Family Forumslink to website · 23/02/16
The CBF’s list of alternative family forums.Positive Behavioural Support Competence Framework (270 downloads)
Positive Behaviour Support Study Packlink to website · 23/02/16
The pack has been developed especially for teaching staff. It is designed to reduce challenging behaviour by showing staff how to create and implement a PBS plan.
Ealing Challenging Behaviour Strategy: a Family Carer Perspectiveview video · 22/02/16
Ealing Challenging Behaviour Strategy: a Family Carer Perspective.
CBF Information Sheets and DVDslink to website · 23/02/16
The CBF has a range of information sheets, packs and DVDs, searchable by age, and listed in full.
Understanding Challenging Behaviour – Information Sheetslink to website · 18/02/16
Understanding Challenging Behaviour; Finding the Causes of Challenging Behaviour; Positive Behaviour Support Planning.