How family hubs can improve the lives of CYP with SEND and those around them

Event Overview

29th March 2022

On 29th March, we hosted this webinar which is accompanying the latest module to the toolkit.

It explored how those implementing family hubs can ensure families with one or more children with SEND can have equitable access to services, easy connections to local information and the support they need, and relationships with those with whom they work.

Hosting this webinar was:

  • Julie Greer, Policy and Practice Advisor for SEND at the National Centre for Family Hubs.

In the panel was:

  • Janet Collins – SEND Health and Social Care policy lead, Department for Education (DfE)
  • Margaret Mulholland – Inclusion Policy specialist, Association of School and College Leaders Domini Leong – Chair, BAMEed Bristol; Deputy Head, Cotham School Bristol
  • Colin James – Parent and Family Support Worker, Families in Focus Bristol
  • Eliza Fricker – Parent, Illustrator, Author of ‘Missing the Mark’
  • Michael Kemp – Head of Children and Young People with Additional Needs at Rochdale Council

Event Resources

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