Early Support needs 10 minutes of your time to tell them what you think about their range of resources.
They are gathering feedback on our resources and materials to help inform the next stages of their work. Each survey should take no more than 10 minutes.
If you are a parent, young person or professional please complete this survey.
If you want to complete the feedback on behalf of a group you are part of please complete this survey.
In addition they are collecting specific feedback for the Early Years Developmental Journal. You can complete the survey here.
Thank you for your time.
Three opportunity to take part in Early Support’s newly revised and free Key Working Training are on offer in the West Midlands led by the Regional Facilitator, Fiona Holmes. Continue reading
Happy 2014! 2013 was a fantastic year for Signpost Inclusion which saw us make many changes and improvements to our service. We moved into new offices, started delivering lots of different activities, employed our first new member of staff, increased our amount of volunteers, worked with lot more families and won some … Continue reading
Face2Face, the parent befriending service provided by disability charity Scope continues to expand its service offering in Solihull, having recently trained 5 new volunteers and is recruiting more. Continue reading
As a result of the West Midlands Early Support Cluster Group meeting on February 24th, Fiona Holmes and Dave Howard, the Regional Facilitators for Early Support in the West and East Midlands, are launching the Midlands Knowledge and Training Hub. One of the key tools for the hub is the … Continue reading
The NHS has published an article on coping with a Learning Disability diagnosis Continue reading
The ChiMat Health Intelligence Network has published an initial version of the Children and Young People’s Health Outcomes Framework. Continue reading
SQW has published two short thematic reports on key working and workforce development; and the Education, Health and care planning pathway for new entrants to the SEN system. Continue reading
Mott MacDonald has updated their information packs. Continue reading
A New £30 million fund for more than 1,800 independent supporters to help parents navigate the new special educational needs process Continue reading
More than 1,800 champions will be on hand from this September to help parents navigate the new special educational needs process following a £30 million funding boost, announced today by Children and Families Minister Edward Timpson. Continue reading