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Termly group for Special Educational Needs Coordinators (SENCO) to share information, ask questions, and attend training related to the Autism and ADHD Pathway

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Autism and ADHD Pathway

What you can expect when going through the Autism and/or ADHD Assessment Pathway

What is it?

These termly sessions are for SENCOs to support with the neurodevelopmental pre-assessment pathway.

There is a theme for each session, and time for questions and answers, case discussion and updates about the pathway.

Who is it for?

This is a professional group for SENCOs .

When is it taking place?

The next discussion group is on Wednesday 12 June 1pm to 3pm, and will include:

  • Emma Cambourne and Alex Kellow (Advisory Teachers, Access to Inclusion) will be joined by a Speech and Language Therapist, who will be discussing neuro-affirmative environments with a focus on school and the classroom.
  • Mary Trottman (Operational Manager Neurodevelopmental Partnership) will also be attending and will be discussing any updates to the neurodevelopmental pre-assessment pathway and related documents, including the Next Steps Form.
  • Case Discussions (please get in touch if you want to discuss an individual child)
  • Questions and Answers

How do I book?

Sessions will be run virtually, through Microsoft Teams.

SENCOs who have attended previously will be sent a link.  New SENCOs wishing to attend should register by emailing AutismADHDPreassessmentPathway@somerset.gov.uk

A Microsoft Teams meeting invite will be sent out to everyone previously, or newly, registered.

Watch again

You can watch again the session with the Children and Young People Neurodevelopmental Partnership Occupational Therapy Lead on masking and autism from November 2023.

You can watch again the session with the Children and Young People Neurodevelopmental Partnership Occupational Therapy Lead and Educational Psychology Lead on demand avoidance from March 2024.

Last reviewed: March 20, 2024 by Jenny

Next review due: September 20, 2024

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