Working in participation & coproduction with families
Participation Lead at the National Network of Parent Carer Forums, Lara Roberts outlines how working in participation and coproduction with families should work and what it should look like in practice. The session highlights the differences between individual and strategic participation and coproduction. Its aim is to help teachers understand the role of parents and young people and use this approach when working with families. Delegates hear examples of successful individual and strategic coproduction in the education environment and the resulting benefits.
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Supporting the Emotional Well-Being of Children and Young People with Learning Disabilities
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