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#1 Vodkalass


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Posted 03 April 2017 - 02:45 PM



Final EHCP arrived today & it is word for word exactly the same as last years final EHCP with the exception of the box for Post 16 provision, where they have put "mainstream post 16 institution".


With everything that is going on, hasn't been in school since December '16, tutoring service have said no because of his complex needs. Recent psychological assesment which states that he has conduct/oppositional defiance disorder and he is very complex.


Have been having meetings with all the relevant agencies including the LEA since January every 3-4 weeks but we are no further forward. Wanting residential for him, all the proffessionals that work with him have said the same & we have 1 named. Really don't understand what they are playing at!!! :censored

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Posted 04 April 2017 - 02:59 PM

Feel for you but unfortunately it all just a game with them.


They try as hard as they can to make smokescreens and just put you off or string you along as long as possible.


We tried the same with our LEA for months constantly chasing them up on deadlines they were ignoring and in the end they named mainstream provision so they totally ignored everything, the mainstream primary he was in who wrote a report stating he would not cope in mainstream and all the professional private reports stating his levels of extreme anxiety - all ignored. They don't care.


We had to get solicitors, Barristers involved in the end and it was such a relief just to hand it over to them I can't tell you. Within a week suddenly the LEA were sitting up and taking notice. Not long after they agreed to our placement so it never got as far as Tribunal.


In most cases unfortunately this is what you have to do.

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Posted 06 April 2017 - 02:03 PM

That sounds incredibly frustrating. 


It drives me mad when LA ignore all the evidence.

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