Main stage

Welcome to our main stage zone.

Covering all the same vital topics you would hear about at our usual face-to-face Transition Event, the main stage is the main event!

This year the Transition Event takes place throughout the month of May. The main stage is where you’ll find live webinars focusing on navigating transition, housing, education, and EHCPs. Brought to you by expert speakers, these weekly webinars will be taking place live on Zoom, and will also be available to revisit at a later date. They are also CPD certified.

Read on for more information about the presentations and timings and register for the event to receive joining instructions. If you have any questions you’d like answers to, be sure to check out our Ask our Speakers section, or get in touch via email.

Education, Health and Care Plans

What does SEN Support in school mean? How to secure an EHC Needs Assessment for your child? How to ensure your child’s EHC Plan is legally compliant and will address all of child’s special educational needs. How to challenge the Local Authority if you are unhappy with the decision it has made in respect of child’s special educational needs.

VIEW THE WEBINAR IN FULL ABOVE OR CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD RUKHSANA KOSER’S EHCP PRESENTATION

Navigating transition

Disabled young people should feel supported and embowered when planning for their futures but often, the transition process can feel daunting and stressful. What is the reality of the move to adult services and what does a good transition look like? How can parents and professionals work together to support young people to secure the best outcomes for themselves?

VIEW THE WEBINAR IN FULL ABOVE OR CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD CAROLINE COADY’S PRESENTATION

Education Options

What are the current education options for young people with additional needs?

What do parents need to know to ensure the best education for their child? How do they access it?

What are their routes to adult life after school or college?

VIEW THE WEBINAR IN FULL ABOVE OR CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD BEV JESSOP’S PRESENTATION

Housing Options

Sequence Care Group and their supported living partners Reside, explore housing options for young people with additional needs.

Finding appropriate housing can be difficult whether or not different agencies are involved in the process. What are the options? How can young people find the most appropriate housing and who can help? What is Housing Brokerage and how might this help?

VIEW THE WEBINAR IN FULL ABOVE OR CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE PRESENTATION

We hope you enjoyed the Transition Event and we’d love to hear your feedback so we can make next year’s the best it can be.

Headline Sponsor

Sponsor

Sequence Care Group

TTE is CPD Accredited

CPD certified