Author: Pippa Murray
In this article, published in SEN Magazine, Pippa Murray calls for radical change to welfare and support services for families of children with disabilities and special education needs.
A range of exciting and innovative reforms promoting personalisation in education, health, social care, housing, transport and other services is taking place in pockets across the country.
However, progress is slow and patchy and has become unduly tied to different departmental priorities and perspectives.
There is a danger of personalisation driving up bureaucracy and complexity.
What families really need is a unified and coherent pathway giving them the help they need.
The publisher is SEN Magazine.
The Path to Fairness © Pippa Murray 2011.
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