Developing Healthcare Provisions for EHCPs
This one day NHS conference will delve into the practicalities of how to support parents, carers and CYP through the processes of creating an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) as well as ensuring that health care provisions are in place so that services can provide the best possible care for CYP with SEND in schools.
Utilise this unique networking opportunity to delve into case study presentations for supporting families through the process of setting up ECHPs and delivering the health care requirements within an education setting. You will leave this day having benchmarked your service and gained fresh ideas and motivation to progress the support that your school and community nursing teams provide for SEND in schools.
This unique networking forum will bring together professionals working in health care, social care and education together to share best practice for improving outcomes for SEN. This day will focus on:
- What does a good EHCP look like? Delve into case studies from services with robust EHCPs
- Supporting SEND in schools: discover how a coordinated approach can improve health outcomes for CYP with SEND in education
- Working collaboratively to deliver EHCPs: build a plan for training and educating the wider health care team
- Preparing for tribunals: explore the legal aspects of tribunals and reinforce how to support families going through the process
This MDT conference will bring you together to network with like-minded individuals from across the country. We expect attendees from Special Needs School Nursing Services, NHS Acute and Community Trusts and Mainstream and Special Schools, including:
- Matrons, Sisters and Clinical Leads
- Managers and Head of Services
- Lead Nurses, Nurse Consultants, APNP and Team Members
- School Nurses and Specialist Community Public Health Nurses (SCPHN)
- Head Teachers and Teachers
- Teaching Assistances and other Education Professionals
- Local Authorities
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This conference will following on from the successful ‘Supporting Children with SEN in Schools’ which took place in January 2019. This conference was described as “extremely thought-provoking. One of the best conferences I have attended!”, “a really good networking opportunity and to share working practices with professional colleagues” and “an excellent networking event. It was great to benchmark where other services are 'at’”.
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Discover what a robust Education, Health and Care Plan looks like, how health can support SEN in schools and how to collaborate effectively across health and education
|9.00||Registration refreshments and networking|
|9.30||Chair’s opening remarks and introductions |
Kate Medhurst, Bexley and Greenwich Community Children's Nursing Team Manager, Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust
What does a good EHCP look like?
|9.50||Developing the nursing contribution to EHCPs: supporting SEN children in schools |
Assessing children’s health nursing needs at school
Overcoming the barriers and finding solutions for challenges in EHCPs challenges
Case study: lessons learnt from EHCPs working well and how EHCPs can work well
|10.30||Ensuring effective healthcare involvement and support in EHCPs|
Delivering care to meet CYPs health needs whilst supporting their education and best interests
Providing training, education and healthcare support for SEND CYP in schools
Measuring the outcomes: what is the result of delivering a good EHCP?
Supporting SEND in schools
|11.30||Case study: explore a coordinated approach to managing an ECHP caseload |
Managing your caseload and reducing clinical risk
Delivering support for ECHPs and providing education for professionals delivering healthcare in schools
Working comprehensively across your MDT to deliver ECHPs for CYP in schools
|12.10||Discussion session: benchmark your approach to delivering healthcare for EHCPs |
Utilise this time to reflect on the morning sessions and benchmark where your service is at with your approach to supporting EHCPs from a healthcare perspective.
|1.40||Special school perspective: working collaboratively across health and education |
What role do special schools play in EHCPs and supporting children with SEND?
Building the MDT and gaining support across health and education
How can healthcare services develop to further support and build relationships with special schools?
Working collaboratively to deliver EHCPs
|2.20||Building competency training frameworks to enhance to delivery of EHCPs and SEN support |
Developing effective training and education models
Explore varying tools and frameworks which can be utilised in schools
Assessing practical methods of competency testing for healthcare support for SEND CYP in education
Preparing for tribunals
|3.20||Preparing for an EHCP tribunal: how to support parents, carers and young people |
What happens at a tribunal and how can you prepare as a healthcare provider
Explore legal aspects of tribunals: what to expect
Develop processes and plans for fully supporting parents, carers and young people
|4.00||Discussion session: build an action plan for driving for SEN support and effective EHCPs in your service |
Bring together your learning and knowledge from the day and determine what you will take away and how you can implement new ideas into your service to improve the process of building and delivering EHCPs.
|4.30||Chair’s closing remarks|
|4.40||Close of day|
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- NHS or Public Sector for one place £399 + VAT
- NHS or Public Sector for two or three places (each) £299 + VAT
- NHS or Public Sector for four places (each) £279 + VAT
- Commercial Organisation for one place £699 + VAT
- Commercial Organisation two or three places (each) £599 + VAT
- Commercial Organisation four or more places (each) £579 + VAT
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Certification of Attendance
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