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Needs Code February 2017

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Timeline of key events

Timeline of key events i. A summary of key events in the child or young person’s life, which are important to them or relevant to their ALN, including: a. the date of the next proposed IDP meeting – the month and year is sufficient, but the full date must be included if known; b. the date by which the IDP must be reviewed pursuant to sections 21 or 22 of the Act; c. a record of the dates and organiser of recent previous IDP meeting; and d. a record of education settings attended since their first IDP. 11.56 Where a child or young person’s support is being provided solely by their education setting, this summary may only consist of actual and proposed dates of IDP meetings, and dates relating to arriving at or leaving education settings. The key is to ensure that the timeline includes all events that are significant and relevant to understanding the child or young person’s ALN, planning the necessary ALP and informing when reviews should be conducted. 11.57 Examples of such events include: a referral for assessment/examination by a professional,; any assessment with results and/or advice; a test or observation by a professional and/or outside agency or advisor; a diagnosis of a condition; an illness; started to use new equipment or implants to help access education; or an event that has had an emotional, behavioural or attainment impact . 11.58 The events do not need to be recorded in detail, but the following information should be noted: an indicator of what happened or the nature of the event; the organisation/service/individual responsible for the event, such as a diagnosis, or undertaking a screening or test, where appropriate; and the date of the event. 11.59 Events that occurred prior to the development of the first IDP should also be included, where they relate to the child or young person’s ALN and required ALP. Signatures i. Space for the child, child’s parent or young person to sign to IDP to confirm that they are content with it. Page | 114

ii. Space for the person responsible for coordinating the IDP to sign it. 11.60 Where the child, child’s parent or young person refuses to sign the IDP, there should be a discussion on why they do not want to sign the document. The child, child’s parent or young person may wish to note why they do not want to sign the IDP. This must not stop the prescribed timescales from being met. Page | 115

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