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ONLINE WEBINARIUM

A therapist’s approach to the Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP)

Per Øivind, januar 2016 II

Speaker:

Gemma James, Principal Physiotherapist, Community Children’s Physiotherapy Team

Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Information about speaker:

Gemma has spent the past thirteen years specialising as a paediatric physiotherapist across both acute and community settings. For the past 6 years she has been working within the community team in Newcastle-upon-Tyne and currently leads on SEND within the team. Gemma has extensive experience working into specialist and mainstream educational settings and working alongside professional colleagues in education, health and social care. She is passionate about working with children and young people with long-term disability and complex health needs, and has a specialist interest in service development and quality improvement.


About the webinar: 
During the one-hour webinar, Gemma James will:

  • Explore the roles and responsibilities of the allied health professionals in the SEND process
  • Consider the challenges faced by allied health professionals when writing EHCP reports
  • Discuss good practice guidelines in relation to the EHCP
  • Reflect on current practice and areas for development

 

Date/time

📅 10th March 2021
🕚 1 pm - 2 pm
📍 ZOOM Webinar

 

 

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