What we have done with your comments, compliments and complaints, and other information on how we are developing services.
Local offer annual feedback report
We have a duty under section 30 of the Children and Families Act to publish comments on the local offer to show what children, young people and parents/carers have said, and how we’ve responded.
SEND Voice newsletter
The SEND Voice newsletter in it's original printed format will no longer be produced. However, we have taken steps to develop our digital content to help widen our support to all families in Warwickshire. We see this as an excellent opportunity to link up with the content provided through the Family Information Service social media channels which include a fortnightly digital newsletter, facebook and twitter. By doing this, we can connect with more families and have the added advantage of being able to get news stories and information of interest out to you quickly and more regularly.
We hope that you have enjoyed reading our content over recent years and that you will continue to engage with us through the Family Information Service channels to celebrate our successes and share developments that support children and young people with SEND in Warwickshire. A huge thank you to each and every one of you who has read and enjoyed our printed newsletter or has contributed over the last four years.
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Working together to make something happen is a key part of Warwickshire’s SEND Programme. Parent/carers and professionals from Education, Health and Social Care worked together to make this guide to explain how it works. The guide is also used to train officers at Warwickshire County Council. Find out what co-production is all about and why it is important: