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Q & A session 3: Transition and Moving in to Adulthood
6 May @ 15:00 - 16:00
Is your child about to leave school, move on to college, leave college? Are they turning 18? If so, the next OxFSN Q & A session might be for you.
We are working with a number of professionals from SEN schools, the College Pathway Programmes and Oxford County Council’s Children’s, Adult and Education Departments to set up an interactive online zoom session on Wednesday the 6th May from 3.00 – 4.00 pm to give you the opportunity to hear directly from key professionals about what is happening to ensure that those families whose child or young adult is at a key stage is getting the right support they need.
We would also like to hear from you and find out what your concerns are at the moment especially if your son/daughter is about to leave school/college? Have you heard from your school/college about what the next steps are? Are assessments still been carried out? Is there a crisis plan that you are aware of. If you have a question, please submit them by 12.pm on Monday 4th May. There will also be an opportunity to ask further questions during the session if time permits.
To book a place please sign up through Eventbrite which can be done by clicking on this LINK.
The day before the event I will send through a zoom invite in a separate email which you will use to log on to the live session. (Please check your junk folder if you haven’t received it). For those who have not used zoom before I suggest you set up zoom prior to the online meeting itself as it can take a while to get it up and running. Information on how to set up zoom will be available with the invite.
As family carers ourselves we know how quickly plans can change and that caring for someone can be very unpredictable, so if you cannot make the online session don’t worry, we will be recording it, as well summarising the question and answers which we will then send out to everyone.
As always, if anyone has any questions please do not hesitate to get in contact