SENDIASS Case Studies and Further Information

Case studies

Annual report

SENDIASS Annual Report September 2020

Steering Group Invitation for chair and vice chair

SENDIASS would like to invite applications for a new chair and vice chair of the Steering group for the service, as these voluntary roles are both due for renewal. To find out more information and to apply, please read the document.

SENDIASS impartiality explained

SENDIASS are trained by IPSEA. Each team member completes legal training so that the information they give is based on legislation.

To be able to support and help you, they build relationships with staff from the local authority.  Only SENDIASS staff have access to your information and would only talk to other professionals with your consent. What you talk to SENDIASS about is confidential.

They work at arms-length from the local authority. SENDIASS staff work from local authority buildings, but the information they hold cannot be seen by other local authority staff.

SENDIASS do not sit on any decision making panels within the local authority.

Further information