We would like your views on your experience of using our SEND information hub (local offer), and would be grateful if you could take a couple of minutes to complete our survey.
Most children with SEN don’t need an EHC plan. Each EHC plan is made individually for a child, and provides access to different kinds of support.
It can take up to 20 weeks and an assessment does not always lead to an EHC plan. Find out about each stage of the needs assessment.
If you don't agree with a decision we've made, find out who to speak to and how to pursue meditation and your right to appeal.
Once a year you, your child and those who support them must discuss and review your child’s progress towards achieving the outcomes in the EHC plan.
The process of naming a school or provision when your child is moving from one stage of their education to another if they have an EHC plan.
Find out what the process is if you're moving into Kent with an EHC plan or during an EHC needs assessment.
Children and young people with an EHC plan may want to ask for a personal budget as it can help give you more control over how money is spent.