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Needs Code February 2017

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to secure any treatment or service specified to be provided in Welsh, is so provided). 155 11.6 Those responsible for maintaining an IDP should be mindful that the IDP only has any value if it results in the successful implementation of provision that meets the needs of the child or young person. 11.7 The content of an IDP should be: created by agencies and professionals working together to identity and provide for the child or young person’s ALN; created through collaboration with the child, child’s parents or young person; developed on a flexible, person-centred basis that reflects the needs of the child or young person; written in a style that reflects that it is the child or young person’s plan and not simply part of the administrative process. The style and, whenever possible, the language should reflect the age of the child or young person, but clearly distinguishes between what has been said by a child and what has not; written in plain Welsh or English, avoiding the use of jargon and explaining the relevance of any technical terminology that needs to be included; and reviewed as appropriate, and always in line with the requirements of sections 21 and 22 of the Act and Chapter 14 of this Code. 11.8 A child or young person with less severe or complex needs is likely to have a simpler (and therefore shorter) IDP than a child or young person with more severe or complex needs, or low incidence needs which require specialist input and advice and whose IDP contains contributions from a wide range of agencies and detail a much wider range of interventions. 11.9 The IDP can also be integrated with other plans as outlined in Chapter 10. Mandatory IDP Content 11.10 All IDPs must include the information set out below in the subparagraphs numbered i-ii and i-xi. 11.11 Furthermore, the titles in bold and underlined must be used as headings within the IDP. 11.12 Words and expressions used in this Chapter have the same meaning as they do in the Act. 155 Sections 18(5) and 19(4) of the Act. Page | 106

Responsibility for the IDP i. The name of the school, FEI or local authority responsible for maintaining the IDP; ii. The name of an individual responsible for co-ordinating the IDP preparation (see Chapter 10) to act as a main point of contact at the school, FEI or local authority responsible for maintaining the IDP; The name of the school, FEI or local authority which prepared the IDP (if different to the body currently maintaining it), and any school, FEI or local authority which previously maintained it (if different to the body currently maintaining it); and Basic biographical information i. The child or young person’s full name; ii. The child or young person’s date of birth; iii. The child or young person’s gender iv. If the child or young person attends a school, FEI or other educational institution, the name of that institution and the names of institutions attended previously; v. The child or young person’s home address; vi. The language spoken at home by the child or young person; vii. Where a child is looked after by a local authority (for the purposes of the Act), that fact; viii. The name of the local authority with parental responsibility for the child or young person, if the person is in the care of a local authority; ix. Where a child or young person is a person formerly looked after by a local authority (under the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act 2014, that fact (provided that, in the case of a young person, they consent); x. In respect of a child, the names and contact details of the child’s parents (for examples, address(es) telephone number(s) and email address(es) where available); xi. In respect of a young person, where they have consented to its inclusion, the names and contact details of the young person’s parents (for examples, address(es) telephone number(s) and email address(es) where available) 11.13 The purpose of including biographical information is to ensure that accurate and consistent information is available across all agencies involved in supporting the child or young person. 11.14 This information is usually maintained within an education organisation’s management information system and it is expected that the biographical information for the IDP would be supplied as a report from such systems. Page | 107

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