Consultations and Surveys

Warwickshire consultation on Carers Assessment

Warwickshire County Council is currently running a consultation on its Ask Warwickshire website, about Carer Assessments and the proposed changes to the process.

Please click below to have your say, by the deadline of 9th February 2020. 

https://ask.warwickshire.gov.uk/people/consultation-on-parent-carer-support-pathway/

If you want to find out more or have questions to ask, come along to the Consultation drop-in session on Thursday 23rd January, 18.30 - 20.00, at Warwick Racecourse

 

Get involved with SENDIAS

 

Work with Warwickshire County Council on Carers Assessments

 

Invitation to event to work with WCC on Carers' Assessments.
See invitation on FB page 'Hearing Voices of Families in Warwickshire.

THU, 21 NOV AT 09:00 - 11:00
Parent carer assessment workshop - process changes
Saltisford Office Park, Warwick, CV34 4UL, United Kingdom - Sign in at Reception Building 3

We would like to invite parents of children with SEND to a parent carer workshop to discuss the forthcoming Parent Carer Assessment changes and the draft documents:

Carers Wellbeing check - a proposal for how we might carry out parent carer assessments in future: https://warwickshiregovuk-my.sharepoint.com/…/EQRYjZ9d1KJFn…

FAQs - provided by a range of people we are working with - https://warwickshiregovuk-my.sharepoint.com/…/EeJ3kUDdP39Kr…

If you are unable to attend face to face, I will organise for a way for you to join in virtually. 

RISE Website Survey

Coventry and Warwickshire Rise are currently doing a short survey about the new look of their website This survey is for Children/Young People/Parents/Carers and Professionals to have their say and what they think of the design and your feedback will be used to inform the next stages of development. Click below to have your say!

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/CWRise

Disability and Autism Training for Health and Care staff Consultation

The government wants to know how we can make sure that health and social care staff have the right training to understand the needs of people with a learning disability and autistic people, and make reasonable adjustments to support them.The consultation considers issues around the training and development staff need to better support people with a learning disability or autistic people. 

Consultation closes on the 12th April 2019, Click here to participate..Learning Disability and Autism Training Consultation

Consultation Document

Consultation Document Easy Read