Transforming Care Webinar: CETRs for professionals working with young people who are autistic

21 March 2019 1:30pm – 2:15pm
Piccadilly Place, Manchester, M1 3BN, United Kingdom
Calendar 2019-03-21 13:30:00 2019-03-21 14:15:00 Europe/London Transforming Care Webinar: CETRs for professionals working with young people who are autistic For event information please visit: https://www.events.england.nhs.uk/49213 Piccadilly Place, Manchester, M1 3BN, United Kingdom Contact
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  • WEBINAR: CETRs for professionals working with young people who are autistic
    FREE

If you work with children or young people with a learning disability or who are autistic, please join our Free 45 minute Webinar interactive ‘bite size’ sessions to hear more about how CETRs can become part of your working practice.

NHS England and Pathways Associates are hosting 4 awareness raising sessions for anyone who wants a simple quick accessible introduction to CARE EDUCATION AND TREATMENT REVIEWS FOR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE.

There will be 4 webinars available to explain what a CETR is, how to request a CETR and tips on contributing to a CETR.  There will be a key note speaker in relation to each topic with 5 top tips to enhance learning.

Each webinar will be topic focussed to support different professionals as set out below;

  • Families – the right to request
  • Autism
  • SEND
  • Children’s Social Work and Transition Teams

There will be an Expert by Experience or Professional Expert sharing their knowledge and skills in each webinar topic and the opportunity for questions and discussion.

This webinar will help in understanding the key characteristics of Autism and will help to understand the trigger points to request a CETR to support young people with escalating behaviours who may be at risk of presenting in Acute settings.

A link to the webinar will be distributed to those who register their interest prior to the event.

Questions about this event?

Name: Emma Hallas

Email: emma.hallas@nhs.net

Telephone: 0113 825 0624

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