Person centred review
Person centred reviews are a family friendly and effective way of bringing everyone together to identify needs and develop an action plan for a child or young person with SEND.
Nasen (The National Association for Special Educational Needs) and Leicester City Council have worked together to create a series of short videos to show good practice when carrying out a person centred review.
The videos are published on Youtube and all have the option to show subtitles and captions.
- Preparing the child/young person
- Involving the child/young person
- Preparing parents and carers
- Preparing the room
- Welcome and setting the ground rules
- Setting ground rules
- Who is here?
- What we like and admire about the child/young person
- The start of the meeting
- Pupil presentation
- Teacher presentation
- What's working well?
- What's important for the future
- The benefits of person centred approaches
- Developing the action plan
- Action Planning
- Reviewing the education, health and care plan
- Meeting statutory requirements
- Reviewing the action plan and concluding the meeting
- After the person centred review meeting
- Training implications for the person-centred approaches