Invitation to a briefing on the new Access Pathway for children with additional needs.

The Access Pathway has been created to make it easier and quicker for children and families to access the right support when children have multiple or complex needs around
· Communication and interaction
· Cognition and learning
· Social, emotional and mental health

NELC would like to invite you to one of the briefings below, which have been arranged to raise awareness and understanding of the newly launched Access Pathway.

WHAT IS THE ACCESS PATHWAY?

The Access Pathway has been developed to offer a single point of access and a clear pathway for families to access help for children and young people who have difficulties with communication and interaction, cognition and learning and social emotional and mental health. The Access Pathway has been created by colleagues from a wide variety of children’s services as well as parent groups and representatives, and based on feedback from families and aims to provide children and families with the resources and support to manage their everyday lives in NEL.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Anyone working with and supporting children and young to enhance their development and achieve their potential:

GP’s, Paediatricians, Education Providers, SENCO’s, Early Years Practitioners, Family First Practitioners, Childcare providers, Health Visitors and School Nurses, SEN support services, social workers and the voluntary sector.

WHEN AND WHERE?

The briefings are free and light refreshments will be available. The venue for all sessions is:
Grimsby Town Hall
Town Hall Square
DN31 1HX

MON 14.05.18
TUE 15.05.18
MON 21.05.18
TUE 22.05.18
WED 23.05.18

AIM OF THE BRIEFINGS

• To brief the wider workforce about this new and innovative way of working.
• To raise awareness of the wide range services available to improve child development.
• To explain how to access the Pathway
• To explain how the Pathway will support children
• To learn about workforce development opportunities to promote knowledge

If you would like to book a place, please complete the form below and email to Sophie Williams as soon as possible, places will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
Sophie.williams@nelincs.gov.uk

If you have any questions about the Access Pathway please contact Sarah Impey
sarah.impey@nelincs.gov.ukThe invitation to the events is here – this includes the booking form

Newsletter Access Pathway Issue 01 Apr 2018

The invitation to the events is here – this includes the booking form.