You can challenge your local authority about: If you can't resolve the problem with your local authority, you can appeal to the Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Tribunal.
EHC plans identify educational, health and social needs, and set out the additional support to meet those needs.
You can ask your local authority to carry out an assessment if you think your child needs an EHC plan.
The support your child receives should be reviewed at the time agreed in the plan.
If your child doesn't progress with their current support, the review is an opportunity to discuss alternatives.
The SENCO can spend some time with your child to work out what kind of extra support they might need.
If necessary, other specialists, like a psychologist, may be involved.You may be contacted if your nursery/childminders, school or college think your child needs SEN support.In schools, for example, this will be by your child's teacher or special educational needs co-ordinator (SENCO).There are three ways you can use your personal budget.You can have: This normally happens at a planned review, or when your child moves school. For more information about these reforms read 11 things you need to know about Special Educational Needs and Disability reforms from SNJ.The teacher remains responsible for working with your child on a daily basis.