Steve Broach, Disabled Children & Young People: The Law in a Day

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Event Details

  • Event Date: 25th March 2019
  • Event Time: 10am - 2.30pm Registration from 9.45am
  • Event Venue: The Oakwood Centre, Headley Rd, Woodley, Reading RG5 4JZ
  • Event Speaker: Steve Broach

Event Description

REACH Wokingham are very pleased to host Steve Broach. Steve is a public lawyer who advises and represents individuals, charities, companies and public authorities. He has particular interest and expertise in health, education and social care, with a focus on disability and children’s rights cases. Steve has successfully challenged a number of funding cuts to public services in recent cases involving West Berkshire (short breaks for disabled children), Bristol (special educational needs provision) and Northamptonshire (libraries). More information about Steve can be found here: Steve Broach

In this training session Steve will cover the key legal duties in relation to health, education and social care for children and young people aged 0-25. Issues covered will include social care assessments and rights to short breaks and other services, Education Health and Care needs assessments and plans and the rights of children with complex health needs. Steve will also cover broader issues of general relevance, such as discrimination law and duties around fair consultation.

This FREE session is very interactive and there will be lots of opportunities for people to ask general questions, although Steve cannot advise on individual cases during the training. You do not need any previous knowledge of SEND Law, but MUST BE the parent carer of a child/young person aged 0-25 years with SEND and live in the Wokingham Borough.

Tickets MUST BE booked in advance via Eventbrite: Steve Broach: The Law in a Day

A buffet lunch will be provided.  Please email Terri at if you have any dietary requirements.



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