October 16 at 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Community of Practice: Innovation needs on neurodiversity pathways for children and young people
The South West and West of England Academic Health Science Networks are delighted to announce the next Community of Practice: Innovation needs on neurodiversity pathways for children and young people (CYP), which will be held on Monday 16 October, 12:30pm- 14.00pm on Microsoft Teams.
Working towards an integrated neurodevelopmental assessment pathway for autism and ADHD: designing and implementing a single point of access for Bath & North East Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire (BSW)
We are in our third year of our initiative project funded by NHS England, to develop an integrated neurodevelopmental assessment pathway for autism and ADHD in BSW. We are working towards creating a neurodevelopmental single point of access (SPA) as well as other changes. We want to present our journey so far, and discuss the successes, challenges and learning from this project to date.
Presenting will be
Eddy Draper, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Clinical lead for neurodevelopmental disorders (BSW)
Helen Ortner, Specialist Special Educational Needs Service Manager, Wiltshire Council
Sarah Hanlon, Specialist Speech and Language Therapist and Clinical Lead for the Autism Waiting List Initiative
We hope you can join us on the day!
You can sign-up to the event here.