SEND Pathways to Adulthood Strategy
The West Sussex SEND Pathways to Adulthood Strategy is focused on young people with SEND between the ages of 16 – 25 and their families and has been produced as part of the County’s implementation of the SEND reforms.
It is not a stand-alone Strategy but an integral and interdependent part of the wider SEND Strategy. It will be integrated with the County’s Life Pathways initiative which aims to improve outcomes by providing a consistent approach to working with people with lifelong disabilities and autism of all ages, and their families.
A series of Focus Groups with parent carers took place. The purpose of the groups was to ascertain the views of parents about issues related to Transition for young people with SEND to inform the development of revised protocols, to ensure they address the issues raised by parents. The information gathered will also inform the SEND – Pathways to Adulthood Strategy. Read the analysis here.
- Accessibility Strategy
- SEND Strategy 2016-2019
- Special Provision Capital Fund Plan
- Record of Views of Parent carers and young people gathered at Pathways to Adulthood strategy consultations
- Framework for the Development and Sustainability of Co-Production (coproduction)
- Local Authorities Local Offer: What West Sussex County Council expects education settings to offer (area wide offer)
- Welcome blog: Strategic Co-Production Month in West Sussex 2018 (Coproduction)
- Welcome blog: Strategic Co-production Week in West Sussex 2019
- SEND Strategy 2019- 2023