Designing intervention plans that work

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It is essential that intervention is not generic. It must be based on a thorough assessment of individual needs. Once you have developed a formulation of needs you should begin to think about the following to address over time:

  • adjustments
  • support
  • intervention

You may want to refer to the SEN Support Toolkit when producing an intervention plan. If you feel unclear about underpinning needs or interventions then you can seek support from:

There are some universal strategies and support systems that are likely to help all children who are experiencing EBSNA. The frequency and intensity may be different as a function of how severe their avoidance is. You should apply the following principles in the majority of cases when designing intervention plans.

The following pages outline the key principles to a good intervention plan.

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