Information and resources for SEND professionals
The professionals area is where we put information, links and resources for the people working in the services involved in our Local Offer.
An education, health and care (EHC) plan is for children and young people aged up to 25 who need more support than is available through special educational needs support.
EHC plans identify educational, health and social needs and set out the additional support to meet those needs.
Health professionals are under a statutory duty to support the EHCP process and this includes involvement in annual reviews.
Read the schools guide on involving professionals in EHCP Annual Reviews.
Read the guidance for educational settings on involving professionals in EHCP Annual Reviews.
The Education, Health and Care (EHC) Hub is an online case management system which manages requests for EHC plans and the annual reviews of these plans.
Support and tools
To get a copy of the SPOT tool please contact the Specialist Advisory Service at SpecialistAdvisoryService@nelincs.gov.uk.
This section is under development.
All children and young people will achieve their potential, become confident individuals, live fulfilling lives and successfully transition into adulthood.
Early Years transitions including supporting parents and children, a calendar of events, best practice guidance and more.
Read the Primary transition best practice guidance for educational settings to help children transition from Early Years to Primary and on to Secondary.
Read the Secondary transition best practice guidance for educational settings including key dates, the statutory timeframe and how to support children and young people and parents and carers.
Post 16 transitions including best practice guidance, how to support the young person, a graduated approach to transition, a calendar of key dates and more.
Visit the Local Offer Events and training page for more training and events for parents and carers, children and young people, and professionals.
New SLC E-Learning for Health e-Learning modules (Free access for all practitioners working with children and families)
Speech, language and communication resources:
Early Language Identification Measure and Intervention Guidance Handbook
Together for All for tutors and other professionals in North East Lincolnshire, to access a range of resources to support and develop the curriculum across all Key Stages