Parent SEND Advocacy: Therapy and Support in the EHCP Systems

SEN Parent Advocacy

Parent SEN Advocacy in the EHCP process means empowering families through therapy and support, ensuring comprehensive planning and fostering resilience to help you achieve, your goals.

Face to Face (1 to 1) sessions – Located in old Victorian Building, 61 College Road Bromley. We also offer sessions online which works for those with busy schedules, or far away. 

Parent SEN Advocacy

Understanding the Stress & Anxiety Paradox
Managing Voice and Body Tension
Relaxation Strategies
EHCP Road Map Planning
Be empowered and equiped for the campaign ahead
SEN Process Problem Solving

Parent SEN Advocacy Services

Navigating the educational system to secure the best support for your child with Special Educational Needs (SEN) can be daunting. Our Parent SEN Advocacy services are designed to provide you with the knowledge and confidence to effectively advocate for your child’s needs. Through personalised one-to-one sessions, we equip you with essential strategies ensuring that you can confidently navigate school meetings, create effective action plans, and engage in constructive dialogue with educators.

Understanding your rights and the specific needs of your child is crucial. Our sessions focus on empowering you with information about SEN policies, available resources, and effective advocacy techniques. We start by understanding your unique situation and tailoring our advice to meet your specific needs. By addressing both the emotional and practical aspects of advocacy, we help you become a stronger advocate for your child.

Initial Meeting and Strategy Reports

Your advocacy journey begins with an initial meeting where we assess your current situation and outline a strategic plan. 

Building Confidence for School Meetings

Speaking up in school meetings can be intimidating, especially when discussing your child’s needs. Our sessions include role-playing scenarios and communication tips to build your confidence. We teach you how to articulate your child’s needs effectively, ensuring that you can make a strong case for necessary accommodations and support.

Support and Community

Advocating for your child is easier when you have a support system. We encourage connections with other parents facing similar challenges, fostering a community where you can share experiences and resources. Together, we are stronger, and our collective knowledge can drive positive change within the educational system.

Long-Term Advocacy Skills

Our services are not just about immediate solutions. We focus on building your long-term advocacy skills, ensuring that you are prepared for future challenges. From understanding legal rights to mastering negotiation techniques, our sessions are designed to make you a confident and effective advocate for your child’s entire educational journey.

Ultimately, our Parent SEN Advocacy services aim to transform the advocacy process from a source of stress into an empowering experience. With the right support and preparation, you can ensure that your child receives the education and support they deserve. Our goal is to help you navigate this journey with confidence and clarity, turning challenges into opportunities for growth and success.

Positive and Negative Roles of Stress and Anxiety

Stress and anxiety often carry negative connotations because they are associated with discomfort and potential health issues. However, they can also play positive roles. For example:

Positive Stress (Eustress): This form of stress can be motivating and enhancing, driving people to complete tasks effectively and on time. It can improve focus and energy levels, contributing to better performance, such as during athletic competitions or important projects.

Optimal Anxiety: Similarly, a certain level of anxiety can heighten alertness and performance. It can prepare the body and mind to face challenges through heightened sensory and situational awareness.


Boost your confidence, and rediscover yourself with Therapy and Advocacy


Working towards the hopes and aspirations of young people

Empowering Parents, Guardians and Cargivers on the EHCP journey

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