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Articles

These are some of our most important recent articles. They are available for you to download.
  • The fundamental principle of personalisation is that it gives children and families control over their own lives. This paper explores Family Leadership, highlights some key steps to encourage its growth and outline some of the practical ways in which progress towards Family Leadership is being made.
    Developing Family Leadership.pdf
    The fundamental principle of personalisation is that it gives children and families control over their own lives. This paper explores Family Leadership, highlights some key steps to encourage its growth and outline some of the practical ways in which progress towards Family Leadership is being made.
  • "Images of Possibility" outlines ways in which families are choosing to make the most of their individual budget. We know the possibilities are endless, but also that it can be difficult to know where to start. Images of Possibilities was written to encourage creativity and freedom.
    Images of Possibility .pdf
    "Images of Possibility" outlines ways in which families are choosing to make the most of their individual budget. We know the possibilities are endless, but also that it can be difficult to know where to start. Images of Possibilities was written to encourage creativity and freedom.
  • Personalised Transformation outlines the approach we take to ensure that the work we do under the broad heading of personalisation remains true to its purpose of giving children, young people and families choice and control over their lives.
    Personalised Transformation.pdf
    Personalised Transformation outlines the approach we take to ensure that the work we do under the broad heading of personalisation remains true to its purpose of giving children, young people and families choice and control over their lives.
  • The Path to Fairness, first published in SEN Magazine in 2011, summarises a personalised pathway to support disabled children and their families.
    The Path to Fairness.pdf
    The Path to Fairness, first published in SEN Magazine in 2011, summarises a personalised pathway to support disabled children and their families.
  • Dr Pippa Murray's response to government consultation on Special Education Green Paper, submitted on behalf of The Campaign for a Fair Society.
    SEND response 2011.pdf
    Dr Pippa Murray's response to government consultation on Special Education Green Paper, submitted on behalf of The Campaign for a Fair Society.
  • 'A Fair Start: A Personalised Pathway for disabled children and their families' challenges the current system and suggests that providing a more personalised system would offer a more suitable and straightforward solution for families.
    A Fair Start.pdf
    'A Fair Start: A Personalised Pathway for disabled children and their families' challenges the current system and suggests that providing a more personalised system would offer a more suitable and straightforward solution for families.

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