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Statements - how do you know?

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kmummy Tue 07-May-13 22:03:33

A lot of threads on here people seem so knowledgable on what to include in statements. We have to write DS3 this month and I don't even know where to start :/ he will be going into reception, full time 1:1, he is now verbal but it's all very disordered and he understands some two word exchanges but you are still unable to hold a conversation with him. He's starting at a MS school.

messmonster Tue 07-May-13 22:11:00

Hi kmummy

I did a search on old threads on this board all about writing Statements and just went through and picked out the bits that most applied to my DD.

I shall be back in a moment with some links for you.

In the meantime, in the interests of transparency, I should tell you that I have another thread live on this board right now about my DD's Final Statement being less than perfect grin

I'll be back...

kmummy Tue 07-May-13 22:25:00

Thank you! It was your thread that inspired this post! I was reading it and thinking I don't even begin to know what I need to ask for sad

messmonster Tue 07-May-13 22:26:10

Me again!

So, I hope this isn't overwhelming but below are links to some of the threads I referred to when getting my head round what I needed to do for my DD who's in v similar position to your DS i.e. starting school this Sept in MS with full-time 1:1.

Some of the threads were more useful than others (but I can't recall which) and I'm sure there are even more out there.

Quite a few of the threads contained links to IPSEA and also to an ACE guide - the latter being invaluable I think.

Quite a bit to trawl through but hopefully once you've looked at a few you'll get the gist.

Good luck smile

messmonster Wed 08-May-13 12:51:27

Is there anyone there? It's ok kmummy, it's safe to come out honestly - those threads are not scary - plentiful not not scary honest!

Hope I haven't overwhelmed you....

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