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  • Podcast: Supporting a Child with Autism and Effective Parent Partnership in Early Years Settings part 1

    Webcast - 17 January 2020 Member Only

    In this podcast we hear from Rosalind Luff about her son who was diagnosed on the Autistic Spectrum with a profile of Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA). Rosalind also talks about the importance of parent partnership in early years settings and effective approaches to working with children on the Autistic Spectrum.

  • Podcast: Supporting a Child with Autism and Effective Parent Partnership in Early Years Settings part 2

    Webcast - 16 January 2020 Member Only

    Part 2: In this podcast we hear from Rosalind Luff about her son who was diagnosed on the Autistic Spectrum with a profile of Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA). Rosalind also talks about the importance of parent partnership in early years settings and effective approaches to working with children on the Autistic Spectrum.

  • Education, Health and Care Needs assessments and plans

    Webcast - 01 August 2018 Member Only

    In this webcast, we will focus on Education, Health and Care Needs assessments and plans in the early years. This webcast will give a brief overview of the process and plans.

  • Safeguarding and young children with SEND

    Webcast - 01 August 2018 Member Only

    In this webcast, we will consider the particular issues around safeguarding and young children with SEND. This webcast does not cover the detail of the safeguarding requirements; you must refer to the national statutory guidance, some of which is listed at the end of this webcast. You must also ensure that you are fully aware of your setting’s and the Local Safeguarding Children Board’s (LSCB) policies and procedures.

  • Support, information and funding for children with SEND in the Early Years

    Webcast - 01 August 2018 Member Only

    In this webcast, we will focus on the support, information and funding which may be available in local authorities to support providers to build their capacity to include young children with SEND.