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Is there a legal time frame a child has to be assessed by?

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Sillysausage123 Mon 24-Apr-17 18:38:34

As above, is there a legal time frame once a child has been referred to be assessed is there a legal timeframe a child has to be seen by?

Sillysausage123 Mon 24-Apr-17 18:39:34

I mean the very first contact from outside services to school and a child being seen initially

PolterGoose Mon 24-Apr-17 19:03:33

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Allthewaves Mon 24-Apr-17 21:14:06

Do u mean nhs assessment? Then no I don't think so.

Sillysausage123 Tue 25-Apr-17 07:37:00

It is for autism and dyslexia.
Son was referred first week in January and have been told to chase up by sons DR after anxiety issues. School have said there is a problem with underfunding and people leaving due to low moral etc so no idea when he will be seen.

PolterGoose Tue 25-Apr-17 07:40:05

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