Linda Jordan will be providing a workshop on DAY 1 of the NASEN Live event this year on How schools can increase the life chances of disabled young people and those with SEN.
The ambition of the SEND reforms is to ensure that young people move into adulthood with choice and control over their lives and have better life outcomes (employment, independent living, community inclusion and good health).
This workshop explores the role of schools in delivering these outcomes and shares learning from the Preparing for Adulthood programme.
Nasen Live provides the opportunity for SENCOs, teachers and all practitioners to refresh and update their knowledge, learn from evidence-based practice and feel supported throughout the coming year.
Linda’s workshop will take place on the 29th April at The Royal Armouries in Leeds 11 - 12 am
For more information and to register click here