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Autism and learning disabilities commissioning workshop

Improving outcomes and managing demand for services for children, young people and young adults with autism and/or learning disabilities

15 June 1-3pm

This workshop is for commissioners, operational managers and education leaders responsible for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and commissioners and operational managers in adult social care / learning disabilities and health.

Clare Dodwell, Principal Consultant at The Institute of Public Care, Oxford Brookes University, will join expert speakers, Dr Sarah Broadhurst, Director of The Autism Education Trust and Tim Nicholls, Head of Policy and Public Affairs at the National Autistic Society in an IPC Academic Partnership workshop.

The aim of the workshop is to provide an opportunity for commissioners, service managers and education leaders across children’s and adults services to discuss how commissioning models could help to improve outcomes and manage demand for services for children, young people and young adults with autism and/or learning disabilities.

The workshop gives you an opportunity to:

  • network and discuss issues with colleagues, find out what others are doing and contribute to new thinking about commissioning models and approaches
  • hear from expert speakers including young people with lived experience from The Autism Education Trust and National Autistic Society
  • access resources including IPC and Autism Education Trust publications and practical toolkits that support the transition to employment

This event is available free and with priority booking to IPC Academic Partnership Network members and please invite education colleagues who may be interested in this topic area. Email to book your place.

Non-member places are available at £50+VAT please register on Eventbrite

If you would like further information about the benefits of the IPC Academic Partnership which includes 5 free days consultancy then please find out more.

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