Welcome to What does Effective Transition Look Like Training
The statistics for children unable to attend school between 2021 and 2022 was 1.6 million.
Mix into that statistic, the new policies being written by local health boards to prevent autism assessments being processed unless the child is ‘in crisis’.
Then, add into that the implications of not receiving a diagnosis because the child isn’t ‘at crisis – for the acceptance of DLA, PIP, and EHCPs … children will be the ones that suffer.
This, is a result of Government restrictions and we as parents and professionals – need to pull together to ensure these cuts don’t impact on a child’s education.
What will this Training Achieve?
This training will look at the research of what a successful transition looks like, for the most vulnerable and at risk individuals. It will provide a systematic approach of putting things in place early on, so that these children have the best chance of being successful in secondary school.
Training Information: This is a Live + Recorded Training Session