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Ed. Psych report received.

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Madcatgirl Thu 18-Dec-14 20:14:06

This is the conclusion:

1. Access to fine motor activities (cutting, Lego, dot to dot, tracing, drawing) and gross motor (horses, bike, sports, musical instrument).

2. Continued access to a laptop and word processing/typing interventions.

3.) as he becomes older, access arrangements in examinations can be considered.

4.) parents and staff may benefit from reading developmental dyspraxia.

5.) ed. Psyc will provide electronic copy to school if ISync which is an evidenced based motor co-ordination intervention programme.

Staff need to be aware of his diagnosis and make reasonable adjustment. Ot is also I,portmanteau that his behaviour is seen with the context of her pervasive developmental disorder..

He would benefit from regular social group interventions. An example would be Leo therapy.

I have a meeting at 8:30 tomorrow with the head.

Bilberry Fri 19-Dec-14 08:25:41

How do you feel about this? Are the school supportive?

I hope the meeting goes well.

Ineedmorepatience Fri 19-Dec-14 08:51:36

Its lame!!!

I had one yesterday which was just as bad. The new EP assigned to Dd3 hasnt even bothered to go and meet her despite the fact that we are in the middle of a tribunal battle with the LA!! I depair!!

Good luck with your meeting flowers

Madcatgirl Fri 19-Dec-14 10:07:19

Meeting went well, I think. Head is going to arrange a CAF meeting and make sure all staff are briefed in what DS's needs and practicalities are.

She said we'll still go to panel, but doesn't think we'll get an EHCP this time, but it gives me time to appeal.

She will also go the report the DWP have asked for in relation to my claim for DLA for him.

We will be sitting ds1 down now to explain what it is he has and how we will be moving forward.

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