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Final statement giving CBT and transport

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TheFullCircle Fri 08-May-15 16:25:04

Finally, grin DS2 has a statement that lists his mental health issues, alongside his other additional needs, and gives provision for it wine. I can't quite believe it but wanted to share because we all spend so much time fighting their corner that to have the occasional victory feels amazing.

Bilberry Fri 08-May-15 17:39:44

Well done, that is great. I hope your school works well in implementing it all. star Was slightly disappointed when rereading your post to realise the statement didn't give provision for wine wine grin

TheFullCircle Fri 08-May-15 18:28:11

Oh, they should include wine for parents, shouldn't they? I can imagine the LA's faces if that was proposed grin. Cheers!

kojackscat Fri 08-May-15 20:14:51

That is such great news, well done. grin

My Ds draft plan was put in the post today, so im anxious to see what it says when it arrives.

TheFullCircle Fri 08-May-15 20:22:02

Fingers crossed kojack - what does he need?

Ineedmorepatience Fri 08-May-15 21:09:10

Well done fullcircle flowers

kojackscat Fri 08-May-15 22:20:24

full time 1-1 in a small class setting, sensory diet to be delivered as and when he needs it

Its the small class setting that i don't think he will get.

TheFullCircle Sat 09-May-15 07:08:35

A friend has just got our LA to put forward a small independent NAS school for her son. It has taken years and endless heartache and exclusions, PRU - all the usual story BUT this year .....

Let us know when it arrives.

Icimoi Sat 09-May-15 12:06:34

That's great. Is the provision detailed and specified?

TheFullCircle Sat 09-May-15 20:55:27

Oh yes. And they took out that horrible paragraph about transport and putting him in mainstream if I cannot get him to school. But the biggie is the CBT therapy. Still don't believe it - won't really, until he tells me about seeing his therapist as part of his school day.

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