The plan will use information from your EHC Needs Assessment to say what you want to achieve and what support must be provided to help you.
Children and young people who need extra help with learning have Education Health and Care Plans and Learning Difficulty Assessments.
Everyone who has an EHC Plan will have a different plan because it is all about YOU.
We are all different.
It will have information like:
Once this support is written down in the plan, it must be given to you.
All the people that support you will be able to see your plan. It should help them work together to support you.
You have the right to say what kind of information you think should be in your plan and who you want to see it.
If you have a Learning Difficulty Assessment (LDA) you can ask for an Education, Health and Care Needs Assessment.
If you are aged 25 years or under and you need extra help with learning then you might get a plan to help you get more support.
EHC will carry on until you are 25 years old.
This will stop if:
You can tell the local authority what you think about your plan and they must listen to you.
The local authority are sometimes called “the council”. They might say that you do not need an EHC plan anymore if there are big changes that mean you no longer need the support in the plan. They will tell you first.
If you do not agree then you can say so. You can ask us for help.
Plymouth Information, Advice and Support can help you if you have any questions about your EHC plan or Learning Difficulties Assessment.
Ask one of our members of staff for support. You can call 01752 258933 and select option 1.
Find out more about EHC plans on The Council for Disabled Children’s You Tube channel.
See the following animations, template letters and factsheets:
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