The latest SEND Information, Advice and Support Service's (SENDIAS) Annual Report has arrived! Covering Apr 2022 - March 2023 we explain how in that time, we have been responding to an increasing demand on our service including how we have been working on some new resources. You will also be able to read about our … Continue reading SENDIAS Annual Report is here!
Our website has some new guides!
We are very happy to share that we have just published some new guides to our resources pages. One is about how to choose a placement when your child or young person has an EHCP. This can be found on the Education, Health & Care Plans page. Annual Reviews ↗ What is an Annual Review … Continue reading Our website has some new guides!
SENDIAS Annual Report 2021-22
We are pleased to be able to share our new, recently published SENDIAS Annual Report with you. This report will show how we are starting to adjust to the continued increase in demand to the service and ensure that we can find different ways to offer quality information and advice to empower parent carers, giving … Continue reading SENDIAS Annual Report 2021-22
Continuing through the pandemic, 2021 was a challenging one for us all. Therefore, we particularly wanted to thank all who took the time to send us feedback on how we have helped you in your given situation. Your positive feedback really gives the team a lift, and it is a powerful way for other parent … Continue reading Service Feedback
SENDIAS LOGO Thank you to all who voted for their favourite logo and told us what they liked about it, and the elements (font, colours, etc) they liked better in others. This has really helped us to create our final logo. As you can see from the statistics below, number 7 (mixture of both signposting … Continue reading SENDIAS LOGO
To change or not to change, that is the question!
**UPDATE** There is just over one week left to have your say about whether we change our name or stay the same – and we would really love to hear your opinion. Thank you to those who have already responded. Several have mentioned wanting us to go back to ‘Parent Partnership’. Unfortunately this was changed … Continue reading To change or not to change, that is the question!