Guide to Best Practice in Special Education, Health and Social Care
Making the System Work to Meet the Needs of Children, Young People and Their Families

By (author) Paul Williams,Rona Tutt

ISBN13: 9781032366753

Imprint: Taylor & Francis Ltd

Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd


Published: 08/05/2023

Availability: POD

• Sets out major changes to education health and social care • Explains interagency working • Emphasises the role of children and families • Includes conversations with professionals from across the services • Provides case studies of how the changes are being implemented. • Shows how closer working between the services and with children and families, could lead to a new era of more efficient, effective and sustainable support. • Professionals and parents will need clarity about what is happening and how to make the most of new opportunities. • Rona Tutt is one of the most respected and well known figures in SEND in the UK
Introductory chapter: why this book has been written Part I: Accomodating all young people 1. Recent developments across education, health and social care 2. The SEND Green Paper 2022: an evolving SEND system 3. The Review of Children’s Social Care 2022: resetting the system 4. The Health and Care Act 2022: Implementing integrated care systems Part II: Establishing a successful system 5. Meeting the needs of the majority 6. Meeting the needs of a minority 7. Responsibility, accountability and funding 8. Conclusion: Achieving better outcomes for all 9. Appendix 1: Key Documents across education, health and social care 1970–2022 10. Appendix 2: Recommendations: The independent review of children’s social care
  • Health & personal development
  • Teaching of specific groups & persons with special educational needs
  • Primary & middle schools
  • Professional & Vocational
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