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Special Educational Needs and Disability
The new SEN Code of Practice (2014) is part of 'The Children and Families Act' and refers to reform in the law for the education of children and young adults (up to the age of 25) with Special Educational Needs. The applies from September 1st 2014.
The Act introduces:
New expectations that the views of the child and young person will influence decisions made for their education.
A new SEN Code of Practice.
A requirement that the Local Authority publish their local offers and that schools advertise this.
An integrated assessment of education, health and care needs for children with significant SENs.
The determination of special education provision through an 'Education, Health and Care Plan' which replace statements.
The potential for young adults to be supported with an Education, Health and Care Plan until the age of 25.
The potential for Local Authorities and Health Services to offer services to parents and young adults through a personal budget.
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