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Guide: The Single Route of Redress for EHCPs
- As a parent or young person, do I have to consider mediation as part of the trial?
- How can a parent or young person request a health or social care recommendation?
- How can I get help with this?
- What does this mean for local areas?
- What does this mean for parents and young people?
- What is the National Trial?
- When can a parent or young person request recommendations about the health and social care elements of an EHC plan?
From 3rd April 2018, parent carers and young people will have new rights to appeal decisions about their Education, Health and Care Plans (EHCPs).
In line with Schedule 2 of the Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations 2014 all local areas in England are required to publish details in their local offers for ‘notifying parents and young people of their right to appeal a decision of the local authority to the Tribunal’ and this includes their extended rights as part of the single route of redress national trial.
There is more information about appeals and mediation on the EHCP page of the SEND Local Offer website – http://devon.cc/ehcplans
This guide will tell you all about the new national trial, which starts on 3rd April 2018.