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Lea Appear To Be Back Tracking

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#1 Vodkalass


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Posted 15 March 2018 - 09:10 PM

T still isn't in education and a place has finally come up starting in April. Had a meeting with the social worker today after they had had a professionals meeting.....outcome is that future focus & the LEA want to look at placements closer to home & even mainstream college because T wants access to the internet unsupervised.


he has an addiction to the internet and porn, the placement in April will deal with that side of things. A forensic psych  assessment said a 52 week residential placement was needed for him because of his vulnerability. This has been going on since December 2016 and it just feels like we are back to square 1 :JM:  :JM:  :cry  :cry  :angry:

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Posted 17 March 2018 - 09:19 PM

That is so frustrating, and completely wrong. It sounds as if the LEA are not considering his needs at all. I don’t know much about how things work in England, but really hope there is an answer to help get the placement you have found.

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Posted 18 March 2018 - 05:09 PM

You may want to look at getting legal advice.  We had support from a solicitor who threatened Judicial review for non provision of education when our eldest son was out of school and offered a maximum of 5 hours tuition.  Try SOS SEN or PM me if you want more specific info.

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