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SEND News - 17 November 2020

Know your EHCPs - the easy webinar way!

Reading reams and reams of papers and documents, trying to understand the legalities or processes surrounding SEND can be a nightmare in itself.

Hertfordshire Parent/Carer Involvement (HPCI) and Herts SEND Information, Advice and Support Service (SENDIASS) understand these challenges. Together, they are putting together a series of webinars to help local families better understand Hertfordshire’s SEND systems and processes.

The first in the series: The Education, Health and Care Plan Review took place in September and is now available online:


Don’t miss the second in our series, featuring

“When and how to apply for an Education, Health and Care Needs Assessment”

7:30pm on Wednesday 18 November.  Sign up online here : https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8275682485012849932

This same webinar will be repeated at

12:30pm on Thursday 19 November 

Sign up online here:  https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5950431996057749004

The webinar offers information and advice for parents or carers whose child currently receives SEN support but feel they may need to look at further support options such as applying for an EHC Needs Assessment. You will also have the opportunity to ask questions.

As with the first webinar, a recording will be made available after the event on the HPCI website, so do keep an eye on our webinar page if you aren't able to make one of the live events: www.hertsparentcarers.org.uk/webinars/

Numbers are limited, so do sign up early and please only sign up if your child is currently on SEN support.  The webinar will only cover applying for an EHC Needs Assessment and is not a general EHCP information session.  

If you have any queries, please email Kate Hudson, HPCI Parent Network Officer kate@hertsparentcarers.org.uk

There’s a lot more information about SENDIASS on their new website www.hertssendiass.org.uk  

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