Following the huge success of their EHC needs assessments & Plans conferences in Bristol, Bath, Cornwall and Hereford, Watkins Solicitors return with SEN Information Day for Parents in Bristol. With presentations by Beverley Watkins (Senior Partner/Family/Education/Public Law specialist), Liz Smith (Education Law Specialist), Dr Keith Lomax (Judicial Review & Regulatory specialist) and Emma Grimbly (Education Paralegal).
Topics covered include:
EHC Assessments - How to ask for them and what to do if you are refused;
EHC Plans - What should be in and what should not be in;
EHC Appeals - How to prepare, what to say, what not to say;
Post 16 Provision - Education 16-25 - how to ensure this is in the Plan;
Refreshments and light lunch provided (please inform of any dietary requirements by selecting the appropriate option when ordering tickets).
Feedback from parents at previous conferences:
“Thank you so much for offering all your expertise and advice. I feel so much more confident about starting the EHCP process”
“Thank you – very useful. Have learned a lot and had some misinformation corrected!”
“I wish I’d had this three years ago as school has been evasive”
“Very obvious that you all really care about SEN and gaining the right plans and placements for our children, some very good information, I have attended a number of events but this was the most entertaining!”
“Watkins Solicitors are very knowledgeable and friendly and absolutely brilliant. Thank you so much, this will make a huge difference to my two autistic children. Very funny too, loved it.”
“I attended with a group of friends and we all felt that it was a brilliant day, where we learned a lot more about SEN processes. I know it was the best presented and most factual advice and information session that I have attended, so I hope you continue with these sessions."
“Very informative. Lots of great advice. In a fun informal setting”
We are one of Bristol’s leading specialist Family, Wills & Probate and Education law firms, working with clients nationwide.
We are committed to championing the needs of children, particularly those with Special Educational Needs. We offer a range of sensibly priced fee packages, including a fixed fee for divorce.
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