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Young person's feedback

We are hoping you can help us to know more about what we are doing well and where we might need to make changes or improvements to the SEND Assessment and Planning Service and/or the Education, Health and Care (EHC) needs assessment process. 

We would be grateful if you could complete this anonymous questionnaire, it should take no more than 5 minutes:

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  • Which is your District Assessment Office?
  • Who made the initial request for an EHC needs assessment?
  • Following the EHC needs assessment my child was issued with...
  • Please indicate the extent to which you agree with the following statements:
  • 1. Information was readily available to me throughout the assessment process
  • 2. I found the information easy to understand
  • 3. I felt as though my views were listened to during the assessment process
  • 4. I found the team around the Child and Family (TACAF) meeting with my SEND Keyworker helpful
  • 5. During the assessment process I found it easy to contact my SEND Keyworker if needed
  • 6. I am confident that the content of the EHC Plan/PCP will help me to make progress
  • 7. I responded to the draft EHC Plan and my views were listened to
  • 8. I felt that the outcomes in my EHC Plan/PCP considered my independent adult life including paid/unpaid work
  • 9. I felt that the EHC Plan/PCP has considered my aspirations and hopes for the future

 

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