Educational Health Care Plans Masterclass
March 28, 2019 –
Circle’s training day will bring a multi-agency prospective, brought to you in a one day practical, interactive environment.
We will bring together various elements of EHCP, including cognitive learning, communication, timelines and funding, from both a personal and professional view.
The event will help you to develop a deeper understanding and the ability to identify educational, health and social needs whilst setting out the additional support to meet those needs.
Our day will host an array of guest speakers to cover each topic within EHCP.
Tickets are limited to ensure an interactive day, lunch and parking will be included.
Guest Speaker - Alice de Coverley
I am an education and equality law barrister at 3PB Chambers. I act for parents, children, young people, schools, Universities, Local Authorities, charities and government bodies, in a wide range of matters. This includes Education, Health and Care Plan appeals, disability discrimination claims and judicial review proceedings. I am also long-term instructed by Ofsted on legal issues relating to education providers' Equality Act 2010 compliance. I am also currently Junior Counsel for Ofsted in the Independent Inquiry into Child Sex Abuse (IICSA) and therefore work closely with government bodies and other organisations working in child safeguarding. Prior to joining the Bar I also ran an advocacy pro-bono unit, The School Exclusion Project, dedicated to representing young people who were being permanently excluded from school.
Senior Case Manager - Diana Magrane
A highly experienced Occupational Therapist/Case Manager able to work holistically with clients (paediatric and adults) with complex physical, developmental, psychological and medical needs. Using a client centred, goal orientated approach, I am able to develop collaborative and co-operative working relationships with clients and their support network including family, carers and other professionals.
Experience includes managing complex packages of care, risk assessment and management and supervision of care staff and support workers. I also identify their training needs (delivering this myself, or accessing it through other providers), support staff to monitor the effectiveness of their services, and help them manage their administrative duties.
Guest Speaker - Tim Jones - Legal Director
I am a serious injury lawyer with extensive knowledge of brain, spinal and other serious orthopaedic injuries.
I specialise in handling cases involving brain and spinal injury. I provide specialist advice on a wide range of issues including personal injury, clinical negligence, criminal injury claims and education.
I have experience in claims resulting from injuries sustained during or shortly after birth and those involving spinal injuries. I devote my time to helping clients and their families through the legal process of making a claim and helping them access rehabilitation and other services that will improve their lives.
- Client received £400,000 as a result of a failure to monitor her lithium levels resulting in loss of kidney function requiring the need for dialysis.
- Obtaining liability for a child who has a brain injury as a result of suffering from kernicterus.
- Member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL)
- Volunteering for the Spinal Injuries Association
Guest Speaker -Paddy Magrane
Paddy Magrane is a novelist, journalist and psychotherapist. He's also the father of a teenage girl with autistic spectrum disorder. He is the author of two thrillers and is now co-writing a new crime series with children's writer, Laurence Anholt, the first of which has been optioned for television. Paddy has written for the Telegraph, Observer and Guardian. He recently published a Guardian Long Read article on the frustrations he and his wife experienced securing specialist support for their daughter, who has an EHCP. His psychotherapy practice is based in East Devon.