About This video
This video, led by Jonathan Rourke and Val Ivens on the process of obtaining EHCPs and what they mean for your child. This webinar covers the following in relation to EHCPs: How it can be applied to children with ADHD What evidence will I need? How do I work with School/ CAMHS to collect evidence? How does the process work? How long will it take? Common issues in seeking an EHCP? The above is discussed in relation to Richmond and Kingston Boroughs specifically, however, viewers may find their Boroughs follow similar criteria and processes.
About the speakers
Jonathan Rourke, SENDIASS Team Coordinator and ADHD R&K Volunteer
Jonathan is our ADHD Richmond and Kingston's Education Liaison Volunteer. He indirectly was involved in supporting families of children with additional needs in Richmond and Kingston for the last 15 years. Initially he worked for Richmond Council in their Early Years Service and he now works as coordinator for the SEND Information Advice and Support Service at the Croft Centre in Kew and Moor Lane, Chessington.
Val Ivens, ADHD R&K Family Support and ADHD coach.
Val leads the Family Support work and in particular runs the monthly Post Diagnosis workshops and also provides one-to-one support sessions to families. She is a champion for ADHD awareness and actively promotes the interests of parents and their ADHD children. When not working for ADHD Richmond and Kingston, Val runs a consultancy practice as an ADHD REACH Coach.