This page is where we will include consultations regarding the Pathfinder and will include your review and feedback.
Gateshead Council has recently agreed to work with the SEN Consortium to develop an online national brokerage service, called SENDirect, which will support parents of children with SEND.
The SEND Consortium comprises Ambitious about Autism, Contact a Family, Dyslexia Action, I CAN, Kids, Mencap, the National Autistic Society and Scope, all of which support children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities, and their families.
SENDirect will support parents, carers and young people to manage their own personal budgets by allowing them to view and compare the services available to them in their area, while enabling the development of the market that provides these services by highlighting the gaps in provision.
To help us to ensure that we can provide the right service for you we would like know what parents and carers would really like to see from SENDirect by completing via an online survey. It will only take a few moments to complete and we would be very grateful if you could complete it before 5 November 2013.
The survey is available at www.surveymonkey.com/s/SENDirectParentsCarers and will only take a few moments to complete.
Delivering the best Outcomes for children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities in Gateshead - 09/2012
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