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Annual reviews of Education, Health and Care (EHC) plans (England)


Annual reviews of Education, Health and Care (EHC) plans (England)
Primary target audience: Parents and carers
Format: Factsheet
Date live: 07/07/2015

This factsheet is for parents of deaf children in England who have an Education, Health and Care (EHC) plan.

This factsheet will empower you to get the most out of the annual review process by giving you key facts about the relevant legislation and suggestions for getting changes made to your child’s plan. You may find this factsheet useful if:

• You want to prepare for an upcoming annual review meeting

• You want to get changes made to your child’s EHC plan.

This factsheet is part of a series that include: A Parent’s Guide to Education, Health and Care Needs Assessments and Education, Health and Care (EHC) Plans (England) How to Appeal to the Tribunal Against a Decision About your Child’s Special Educational Needs (England).