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This paper provides an executive summary of the joint therapy review which has been conducted by the Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and Achieving for Children (AfC) on behalf of Richmond and Kingston councils. Extensive consultation has been undertaken with families which has informed this review. Due to the prohibitive factor of Purdah, key decisions are yet to be made. This will take place in early January 2020. A full public report will be published by the end of February 2020, however, this document sets out the key findings of the review.
Therapies Review Paper - December 2019 (opens pdf)
Other ways to get involved and keep in touch
We want everyone with a stake in SEND services to feel able to be part of an honest, constructive conversation. We’re committed to listening, and demonstrating how your views have led to change.
You can continue to be part of the conversation by:
Signing up here to receiving updates on SEND Futures and our SEND newsletter.
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Emailing us your views or questions at firstname.lastname@example.org
Attending the SEND Team coffee mornings if your child has an Education, Health and Care Plan. Watch out for dates on this website.
Feedback your views on the EHCP process and experience here
Feedback your views about Annual Reviews here
Feedback your views about SEND Support in schools here
Sharing your experience and expertise as part of one of our parent panels. These bring together parents and carers with an interest in bringing about positive change.
The Richmond Parent Panel met for the first time in March, and the Kingston Parent Consortium met for the first time in May.
You can find out more about either the Richmond Parent Panel or Kingston Parent Consortium by emailing email@example.com
Parent Carer Forums
The national charity Contact are currently supporting local parents and voluntary organisations to set up new Parent Carer Forums for Richmond and Kingston. You can find out more about Parent Carer Forums here. Once the Parent Carer Forums are up and running, we will share further details here.
How parents, carers, children and young people have already been involved in shaping SEND Futures
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