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By Lynn Plimley

This source addresses matters with regards to identity, review, instructing and studying, social abilities and behaviour, replacement intervention, home-based courses, and transition from preschool to kindergarten.

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Agree priority problem – What do you consider to be the biggest problem? Perhaps the child is unaware of road danger. • State the desired target/objective/outcome – What do you want the child to do instead? For example, do you need to make him/her more aware of common dangers? • IEP signposts to planning – How can you help the child achieve her/his new targets? com) to teach her/him about dangers. The person responsible for monitoring and reviewing the IEP will vary and will be influenced by the child’s needs in relation to the graduated response.

Such ‘specialists’ may be able in a more intensive way to advise on new ideas for individual education programmes (IEPs), specialist resources and teaching strategies. The advice and support that can be offered will vary according to local policy and procedure. If a child requires support at this level, s/he will be referred to Early Years Action Plus of the graduated response. During this stage, parents, carers and the child (where appropriate) should be consulted. Additional advice or support should not be sought without parental consent.

In terms of government policy, there is emphasis within the SEN Code of Practice for England and Wales upon the establishment of genuine partnership between practitioners and parents. However, the onus must be upon the ‘professional’ services to provide parents with as much prepared and evidenced-based information as possible to help them meet their individual needs. e. charity) sector is sometimes known as the ‘Third Sector’, as distinct from the public and private (profit-making) sectors. Many charities in all walks of life have been inspired and founded by people with the passion, commitment and motivation to ensure that vulnerable people are enabled to have a better quality of life in the future.

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