One Page Profiles and EHC plans the Wiki way: Using RIX Wikis to implement EHC plans

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Kwiatkowska, G. 2016. One Page Profiles and EHC plans the Wiki way: Using RIX Wikis to implement EHC plans. Special Needs Jungle.
AuthorsKwiatkowska, G.
Abstract

The SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disability) Reforms, launched in September 2014, introduce a system of support which focuses on putting children and young people (aged 0-25) at the heart of planning and decision making. They and their parents/carers must be able to participate in this process, putting the new Education Health and Care Plans (ECHP) into place through person-centred practice and co-production with their education, health and care professionals. The focus is on support to improve outcomes for children and young people rather than simply provision of support.

These reforms demand that support professionals work together with children, young people and their families to ensure they have choice and control over their futures and enjoy full healthy and active lives. It requires not only a legal but a cultural change.

KeywordsEHCP; learning disability; RIX; Wiki
JournalSpecial Needs Jungle
Year2016
PublisherSpecial Needs Jungle
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