Parents in Partnership Stockport (PIPS) are working in co-production with Stockport Council to undertake an independent review of Stockport's Information Advice and Support Service (IASS) – previously known as Parent Partnership.
- Information Advice and Support Service survey - https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/5ZHMRZT?fbclid=IwAR03dthZ6wBq3bAhYRVTfTCecmEoNrAxaHW16a718FkRGpniL5NljgFgHYE
- Working towards Better Outcomes for Children and Young People with SEND
Stockport Council and Stockport Clinical Commissioning Group have been working with groups of parent/carers and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) to frame some draft outcomes for children and young people, including those with SEND. They have been supported by the Council for Disabled Children.
These outcomes will be a framework for measuring how well every child or young person, including those with SEND, reaches their own goals. Stockport would like to know whether you think these are the right outcomes.
They will use your views and opinions to confirm the outcomes and then to help improve the way local services are developed. The survey is now live at https://consultation.stockport.gov.uk/policy-performance-and-reform/outcomes-framework/ and will close on 3rd January 2020. Young people with SEND, relatives, volunteers and professionals working with them can also fill it in.