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Our parent guides and factsheets
We produce a series of guides and factsheets on all aspects of raising a disabled child.
Parent carer participation: Parental Expenses Claim Form Contact Held Grants
Expense claim form for use by parents involved with a parent carer forum where Contact hold their DfE grants.
Parent carer participation: Grant Monitoring 2019/20
Monitoring form for 2019-20 DfE grant, draft for discussion, application to be completed on line
Parent carer participation: Grant Application 2020/21
2020-21 Application form for DfE grant, draft for discussion, application to be completed on line
Parent carer participation: Working together to support children and young people with autism
Phase 1 Evaluation of the NHS Accelerator project to reduce innappropriate hospital admissions among children and young people with autism in Cumbria and the North East.
Parent carer participation: Learning Disability and Autism in the NHS Long Term Plan Webinar presentation
Presentation to support the Learning Disability and Autism in the NHS Long Term Plan Webinar. Presented by Mrunal Sisodia NNPCF Co-Chair and Mary Busk of NHS England. The webinar covers; An introduction to the work of the learning disability and autism work stream including: Reducing inpatient care Community support Key working Learning disability health checks Eyes, Ears and Teeth Reasonable adjustments
Parent carer participation: What does the Long Term Plan mean for Parent Carer Forums? Webinar presentation
Presentation to support the webinar What does the Long Term Plan mean for Parent Carer Forums? Presented by Mrunal Sisodia Co-Chair of the NNPCF. An overview of what the long term plan contains for children and young people with SEND and their families and an outline of how the long term plan will be implemented and how PCFs can seek to be involved.
Parent Carer Participation: Sussex Local Area Inspection: WSoA Re-visit
Sussex Parent Carer forum presentation on WSoA re-visit
Close the Loophole: Post-16 school transport survey results 2020
Despite the requirement for all 16-18 year olds to participate in education or training, once a young person ceases to be of compulsory school age (5-15) there is no direct entitlement to free home-to-school transport, even if they were previously eligible. The government’s response to this is that discretionary funds are available to young people to help with the costs of transport when they turn 16. We wanted to find out more about this and the impact of the loophole in the law. We ran an online survey in October and November 2019. There were a total of 1,856 responses from parents overall and 525 responses from parents with children aged 16-18. Thanks to SEND Action and the Close the Loop parent campaign group for helping us design and share the survey.
Parent carer participation: Example grant monitoring form 2018/19
Example grant monitoring form 2018/19 (for reference only): an example of the grant monitoring form for 2018/19, this is just for reference so you can pre-prepare for your 2019/20 grant monitoring.
Parent carer participation: Grant monitoring essentials
Grant monitoring essentials: a checklist for the things you need to think about and provide with your grant monitoring.