1 'young people' refers to children aged three to eighteen, or younger if they have additional support needs and are referred to a local education authority by an NHS Board. The term children is also used but applies to the same age range.
2 Wherever it is used, 'parents' refers to parents, foster carers, carers who are relatives or friends and care staff in a residential setting (including secure provision).
3 For a full list of allied health professionals and a description of what they do, see appendix 1.
4 HMIE (2007) Report on the implementation of the Education (Additional support for learning) (Scotland) Act 2004.
5 Children and young people were interviewed during the period of engagement. However it proved difficult to gather their views on partnership working.
6 Scottish Government (2008) GIRFEC overview. http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/People/Young-People/childrensservices/girfec/programme-overview
7 Wherever it is used, 'school' includes early education centres, residential and day special schools (including secure provision), and primary and secondary schools.
8 Huxham,C. and Vangen,S. (2005) Managing to Collaborate: The Theory and Practice of Collaborative Advantage. Routledge, Oxon.
9 We recognise that AHPs gather data relating to HEAT targets ( http://www.scotland.gov.uk/About/scotPerforms/partnerstories/NHSScotlandperformance ).The outcomes in this guidance however relate to the partnership AHP's have with education.
12 Scottish Executive (2002) Building on success. Future directions for the allied health professions in Scotland.
14 Scottish Government (2008) Equally Well, Volume 2.
15 Enquire: The Scottish advice service for additional support for learning.
16 Scottish Government (2008) The Early Years Framework.
17 HMIE (2009) Improving Scottish Education 2005-2008.
18 Scottish Government (2009) Draft code of practice.http://www.scotland.gov.uk/supportingchildrenslearning .
21 HMIE (2006) Quality Management in Education.
22 The Code of Practice will be finalised following consideration by the Scottish Parliament.
23 Scottish Government (2007), The Crerar Review. The report of the independent review of regulation, audit, inspection and complaints handling of public services in Scotland.
24 Heifetz, R.A. (1994) Leadership without easy answers. Belknap Press, Harvard.
Scottish Government (2007) Better health, better care.
28 See http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/Education/Schools/welfare/partnershipworking for profession-specific examples of the practice matrix.