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Wednesday
11
APR

Consultation to develop a DRAFT SEN and Disability Strategy for the City

10:30
12:30

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PARENTS AND CARERS WE NEED YOUR HELP!

Liverpool City Council and Liverpool Clinical Commissioning Group have recently worked with a range of partners (Public Health, Alder Hey etc) to develop a DRAFT SEN and Disability strategy for the city. This draft strategy sets out the city’s vision for children and young people with SEN and or Disabilities and their families. The draft strategy also identifies six strategic priorities that the partnership feel could make a real difference to the lives and outcomes for children and young people that have SEN and or Disabilities. The draft strategy has already been informed by some of the feedback that we have received from children, young people and their families. However, we now want to make sure that the draft strategy is accessible and relevant for parents and carers. In ensuring this, we are asking for your help in reviewing the content and format of the document. We hope to be able to produce a parent friendly executive summary of the draft strategy and feel that the best way of working in true partnership with families is for this to be developed by parents/carers themselves. We hope this is something you will be able to help us with?

We are passionate about improving the services for children, young people and their families with SEN and or Disabilities and as such, want to make sure that any strategy focusses on the right priorities. We hope a parent friendly executive summary of the draft strategy will help us gather many more parent views. This will enable us to ensure that the final draft of the strategy really reflects the experiences and concerns of our children, young people and their families and leads to discernible improvements in service planning and delivery.