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  1. Strategic Stakeholder Group Workshop Children and Young People with Learning Difficulties and Disabilities

  2. Children and Young People’s Plan • 10 Priority Outcomes, each with a named lead • Priority Outcome 8 “Children and young people with learning difficulties and disabilities are empowered to reach their full potential” • 5 key actions- milestones and timescales- lead agency- lead officer

  3. Progress Made So Far • A Joint Service Improvementplan is in place • An increase in complexcases with an allocatedLead Professional - 70% of under 5s • Improved NEET figures- young people with LDD remain disadvantaged • A Transition Team due to be phased in from April 2009

  4. Progress Made So Far • Training for Early Yearsworkers to involve parents- 1000 practitioners • CLA with LDD participatingin their reviews has risenfrom 50% to 90% • Parents directly influencing the Short Breaks Review- remains a complex and emotive issue • 8 DCTP plans include actions to support children with LDD

  5. Aiming High for Disabled Children • A good strategic vision • Joint planning and aligned budgets • The use of robust data • Planning influenced by parents • A designated service manager • Adequate management capacity • Capacity to deliver capital projects • Commissioning to develop the market • A clearly articulated workforce strategy

  6. Aiming High for Disabled Children

  7. Aiming High for Disabled Children • A good strategic vision • Joint planning and aligned budgets • The use of robust data • Planning influenced by parents • A designated service manager • Adequate management capacity • Capacity to deliver capital projects • Commissioning to develop the market • A clearly articulated workforce strategy

  8. Group Task Do you recognise the progress made so far? What can be done to further accelerate progress, especially against the Aiming High readiness criteria? What contributions can members of the group make to help make greater progress?