Current projects - Disabled Pathfinder - Pathfinder Events


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Pathfinder events

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In September 2011, Wiltshire was granted Green Paper ‘pathfinder’ status. This gives Wiltshire Council, in collaboration with parent carers and professionals, the opportunity to design and test out a new way of delivering services that can meet more fully the needs of children, young people and their families.

On this page you will find presentations, links and other information from consultations and events relating to the pathfinding process.

For more general information to help you understand the pathfinder process and what it might mean for you and your family, download the council's information sheets on our Frequently Asked Questions page.

Remember: your opinions count. Join in the discussions about all the planned changes to services on the DCA Pathfinder e-forum.

19 November 2012, Corn Exchange Devizes

From person centred planning and the single assessment, to personal budgets and post 16 transition services, the WPCC / Wiltshire Council Pathfinder Event on Monday 19th November was packed with informative presentations and lively debate.

We would like to thank the contributors below, as well as the 150 delegates who added their valuable experience and expertise to this crucial consultation stage of the Pathfinder process.

  • Carolyn Godfrey, Corporate Director Children Services
  • Susan Tanner, Pathfinder Project Lead
  • Nicholas Breakwell, Service Manager for Child Disability Social Care Services
  • Heather Sexton, Person Centred Lead
  • Layla Bridger, Pathfinder Project Manager
  • Mary Curran, Lead Commissioner for Disabilities

To download any of the presentations from the event, select the file below:

  1. Pathfinder Update
  2. Person Centred Planning
  3. Personal Budgets
  4. Single Assessment & Plan
  5. Local Offer
  6. Post 16 SEND Provision & Support

Further draft information available from the event:

  1. Sample Single Assessment & Plan
  2. One Page Profile example

Post 16 strategy consultation

At the event, parents and carers were consulted about outcomes for post 16 young people with special educational needs and/or disability.

Visit our 16-25yrs strategy page to read the consultation feedback.