Person Centred Review presentation July 7th

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Putting the Child at the Centre of
the Process
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‘Local Authorities must consult the child, the
child’s parent or the young person throughout
the process of assessment and production of an
EHC plan.’
Special Educational Needs and Disability Code of Practice June 2014: 9.21
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‘The assessment and planning process for an
EHC plan should:
• enable the child or young person , and those
that know them best to say what they have
done, what they are interested in and what
outcomes they are seeking for the future’
Special Educational Needs Disability Code of Practice June 2014: 9.22
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By using a person–centred approach within a
family context, professionals and local
authorities can ensure children are involved in
all aspects of planning and decision making.
SEND Code of Practice 9.23 June 2014
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Principles of Person Centred Practice
• What is important to the child or young
person
• What is important for the child or young
person
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Principles of Person Centred Planning
• the person is at the centre of the planning process
• family and friends are partners in planning
• the plan shows what is important to a person now and
for the future and what support they need
• the plan helps the person to be part of a community of
their choosing and helps the community to welcome
them
• the plan puts into action what a person wants for their
life and keeps on listening - the plan remains 'live'.
National Autistic Society April 2014
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North Lincs PCP Pilot
based on Helen Sanderson materials
www.helensandersonassociates.co.uk
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What we like and admire about…..
What is important to me now
…and in the future
What’s working
What’s not working
What I need to stay healthy and safe
Questions to answer/issues to resolve
Action plan (outcomes)
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Person – Centred reviews at
Westcliffe Hearing Support Base.
Our Children love it!
I like choosing the food and
drink and having my friend
with me. I can tell everyone
what I like and what I don’t
like and what I’m proud of.
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Our parents have been very positive about it.
I really like the new Annual
Review meeting. It’s better for
the child. Dillon really likes
being part of the planning and
looks forward to his “special
meeting”.
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Visiting professionals have also found the new
format useful, thorough and more personal.
I have found the format
relaxed, refreshing and
inclusive. I am able to get a
much clearer picture of how
the the child is getting on at
home and at school.
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“ My special meeting”.
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My review
You can record information yourself in
whatever way you want, you can write,
draw, use photos or pictures. Please
include….
Pupil booklet
the things you like
and things you don’t
like….
(put picture here)
things that are
important to you,
things you want to
stay the same and
things you want to
change.
Your hopes
and dreams
for the future
……………………………
Your name
……………………………..
This is a booklet to help you think about
your life and plan your review.
Use the blank pages and
add extra pages
if you need to.
You may want to take copies of the pages to
stick on the charts at the meeting
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Westcliffe School
Friday 2nd May
Dear Harry
Please come to my Annual Review meeting at school on Wednesday
May 7th at 1.45pm.
We will have custard creams and blackcurrant.
Love from Dillon
Be Prepared!
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Not just a meeting – a process
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Before the meeting a booklet is sent home to the child’s
family with the same key questions
My review
Family booklet
(put picture here)
Young person’s name
……………………………
Your name
……………………………..
Taken from a Workbook developed by:, Niki
Marshall, Diane Staniforth and Ruth Mathiesen
based on the year 9 Person Centred Review
process by Helen Sanderson.
the things they like
and things they don’t
like….
their hopes
and dreams
for the future
things that are
important to the
person, things
they want to stay
the same and
those they want
to change.
Use the blank pages and
add extra pages
if you need to.
You may want to take copies of the pages to
stick on the charts at the meeting
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What is important to ……………… now
How ………………….
gets to and from
school
Things they like at
school
What is important to
……………………… now
Since the last review
……………………… has got better at
Things they
dislike at school
What would you like
………………………….. to
get better at and what help will
they need to do this
Taken from a Workbook developed by:, Niki Marshall,
Diane Staniforth and Ruth Mathiesen based on the year
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9 Person Centred Review process by Helen Sanderson.
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Another booklet is completed by all staff involved with
the child in school.
What is not working
in ……………… life now
Questions to ask
Issues to resolve
Make a list of anything you want to find out
about.
What do you think ……………………. would want to
change in their life?
Taken from a Workbook developed by:, Niki Marshall,
Diane Staniforth and Ruth Mathiesen based on the year
9 Person Centred Review process by Helen Sanderson.
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Not just a meeting – a process
The meeting focuses on
• The support the child currently receives.
•What progress they have made
•What they need for the future.
An action plan is drawn up by everyone at the meeting.
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The children love hearing about what other people like
and admire about them and sharing all that they have
achieved over the year.
What I enjoy doing at home
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Cleaning, playing with Lady Bella, relaxing, playing
in the garden, playing with my toys, playing on my
scooter, watching T.V, listening to chart music.
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What I enjoy doing at school .......
I don’t like coming to school.
But I do like playtimes, dinnertime, Golden Time, looking
at books, watching dvd’s, listening to stories,
reading my Read Write Inc book, baking, computers.
I like doing jobs. I like Friends’ Group.
What do I do not enjoy doing at school .......
I don’t like P.E, Beat That and Big Write.
I don’t like writing.
I don’t like assembly.
What do people at school like and admire about me?
I make
them
laugh
I am
helpful
I am polite
I am chatty
and friendly
What do people at home like and admire about me?
I am caring
I am funny
I am helpful
What do I like about me ?
I make Rachel
laugh
I am a good
friend to
Jordan
I am a good
cleaner.
What have I got better at since my last
review?
At Home
•Going to bed when I am told.
•Calming down when I get angry or upset.
•Walking away when Luca winds me up.
At School
•Reading – I can read lots more and with good expression.
•Spelling. I can remember more words and sound words out.
•Writing. I can write good sentences. I can write letters, post cards, stories
and fact files.
•I am getting better at Maths. I know lots of learn its. I am better at telling
the time and adding money.
•I am making good choices more often.
What am I proud of?
I am proud of my
Magic Backpack
story!
I had good ideas!
I know my
doubles to 20!
7+7= ?
What is working well in my life now....
At Home – having my special space – my bedroom, having Lady Bella to
play with and look after. Hoovering when I feel upset or cross.
At School –
Literacy in the unit – I can think better. It is quiet. I like the stories
and dvd’s.
Reading every day.
Big Maths in a small group. We go slower than in class. I can have more
thinking time and play more games.
Friends’ Group.
What is not working well in my life now ....
Sometimes I get into trouble at playtime.
Sometimes I argue with my friends and I push
people over or get too rough.
Sometimes I go on amber or red.
Sometimes the work is too hard.
I don’t do my homework.
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My Hopes and Dreams for the future.
Three Wishes I would like to come true……
I would like
everyone to be
friends with me.
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I would like to be
a cleaner.
I would like to spend
time relaxing on the
settee
Dillon’s Action Plan!
Things I would like to get better at and how people can help me.
• Learn its . I need to practise more at home with Mum. I don’t need to use
the timer. I am calmer when I have thinking time .
• I need to remember to be kind to other people. I need to remember to use
kind words about me and other people. Circle Time and Friends’ Group will
help with this.
• I need to try and stay calm when the work is a bit hard.
I need to be proud and happy when I do well.
• I need to try not to get angry or upset if I get something wrong.
• I need to have another go.
• I need to try and join in more in class. A Job sheet might help with this
and rewards for joining in.
• I need to do my Homework if I want to go on the Good Choices Trip. Read 3
times a week at home and practise my Learn its at home.

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