Remaining politically neutral during General Election 2024


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Residential schools

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farah78
farah78 Community member Posts: 3 Listener
edited September 2017 in Children, parents, and families
Hi, we are considering a Sen residential school placement for our 11 years old son. He is diagnosis with  autism, Adhd and challenging behaviour. Along with severe learning difficulties. 
My son should be starting Sen secondary school in sept but has to go through assessments to see if if they can meet his needs. I think they can't as his primary school which specialised in autism were now struggling with him.
He has separation anxiety & would scream all they way to school on the school bus & that would cause more problems in behaviour. 
Are there  any parents or carers who have been through the residential school process & achieved a place for their child. I would really appreciate if could share this with me.   
Thanks 

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