Wraparound Partnership is a social enterprise born out of personal and professional experience of the confusing world of Special Educational Needs & Disability (SEND).
Our Mission Statement is:
To support families who have children and young people with SEND in a holistic way, so that all members of the family can achieve their potential.
Benefits for the Family:
We know that having a child or young person within the family who has SEND affects the whole family, including extended family.
At Wraparound Partnership we help you access the best possible support from all agencies & services across Education, Health & Social Care
We provide an analysis of any financial assistance available to you as a family
We work with you and look at each individual within the family, to consider hopes, dreams & aspirations, and look at what support is needed to achieve these aspirations.
In times of austeriry, when many Local Authority services are subject to spending cuts, impacting on real support for families, it is vital that families know where and how to access the correct and best support for them.
Benefits for Local Authorities:
Wraparound Partnership operates on a key-worker basis, which is beneficial for the family and creates cost-efficiencies
A single point of contact ensures that families are supported efficiently and effectively and support services have a direct contact at all times.
Wraparound Partnership is delighted to have been commissioned to deliver Independent Support in a North West Local Authority. This much needed service will support children, parents and young people who are transitioning from Statements of SEN or Learning Difficulties Assessment to Education, Health and Care plans, Or children and young people who are having a new assessment.
Our Independent Support team consists of 8 staff, with the potential to support over 600 children, young people and families.
Elizabeth is Director of Wraparound Partnership. She works tirelessly to ensure all services understand the SEND reforms from a professional and a parent's perspective. She is a Voluntary Representative for her Local Parent Carer Forum, and also supports the work of the National Network of Parent Carer Forums (NNPCF) in her role as Non Regional representative and Co-Chair of the North West region.
Elizabeth has recently contributed to an SEN Handbook for Schools, working with Inclusion Specialist, Daniel Sobel. She is also presenting at national events on the Independent Support service along with providing direct advice and support to schools in her local area.
Wraparound Partnership is a growing social enterprise, both in the number of families who it supports and also interest on a national level in its work. This is recognised by the fact that despite a thorough selection process, we secured a place on the much sought after School for Social Entrepreneurs programme run by Lloyds Bank which will help us to grow and expand in order to help and support as many families as need it.
Categories of SEND
Cognition and learning, Communication and Interaction, Sensory and/or physical development difficulties , Medical conditions , Emotional, social & mental health difficulties.
Early years, Primary, Secondary, Post 16, Transition to adult services.
Education Service, Health and/or Social Care Service , Information, Guidance & Advocacy Service , Targeted Service & Specialist Practitioners .