About this webinar

This will be an opportunity for participants to be familiar with Family Hub development in the context of the DfE’s SEND review. We will consider how the experience and voices of families can enable Family Hub services to work more effectively for children and young people with SEND and we will be sharing good practice examples from local areas in meeting diverse special educational needs from 0-25. This will also be the launch of the SEND module to add to the Family Hub implementation toolkit.

Event Format:

  • Welcome
  • The implications of the SEND review for Family Hub development - DfE
  • What challenges might schools need to overcome to meet the needs of the whole SEND family, as part of a Family Hub - Margaret Mulholland, SEND and inclusion specialist, Association of School and College Lecturers
  • How the Family Hub implementation toolkit module on SEND can help Family Hubs to improve the experience and outcomes of families with SEND - Policy and Practice Advisor SEND: NCFH
  • How a team around my family helped me and my child – voices of families
  • Listen to my voice: Ways I have been able to make my views heard – voices of families
  • Panel with Q&A – case studies of diverse Family Hub support strategies for families, in which one or more children have SEND
  • Close and next steps: Joining a community of practice

This webinar will have automatic subtitles available.

Who is this webinar suitable for?

Professionals, members of the voluntary and community sector and users who are part of the co-production of Family Hub development in the region and who have an interest in developing provision for children and young people with SEND through a Family Hubs approach.

Aims of the webinar

For participants to:

  • Be aware of the content of the SEND toolkit module and how it can be used effectively in family hub development
  • Share good practice in family hub development, in relation to SEND
  • Participate in the launch of a community of practice relating to SEND within family hub development
System requirements for online event

The online platform Zoom will be used to deliver this training. Prior to booking on, please ensure you meet the system requirements so you're able to join this event. 

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29th March 2022
  • Online - via Zoom (Joining instructions will be sent to the email address you booked on with at least one working day before the event)
  • 1.5 hours
  • 11:00 - 12:30 (UK Time)


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