Its been quiet on this front, primarily because there’s not been much movement. We did receive a letter from HMRC regarding our tax credits (child tax credit and working tax credit), asking for more evidence from my husband’s self employment. Nothing unusual there, entirely anticipated and waiting for my husband to pull that evidence together… Continue reading An Update…
We’ve joined a play group on Saturday mornings that my son doesn’t all out object to and that my daughter loves. We go with a neighbor of ours and her children. Today was our 2nd visit and it all went well until I forgot my son’s “rules” for transition and things fell apart for him… Continue reading Playgroup and Introduction Letter
Also, on the 25th February 2016, I received a letter in from the Department of Work and Pensions regarding my son’s DLA. They needed me to complete another form and either send in paperwork or else get my paperwork validated in a Job Centre Office, proving that I wasn’t subject to immigration control and that… Continue reading DLA Update
I got a phone call back from the Speech and Language Therapist on Friday 26th February. And surprise, surprise, she had not only talked with her supervisor, but also was putting in the mail an updated report with the corrections I requested and was going to include a Speech and Language Therapy Plan for me… Continue reading SALT Came Through, for now…
I’ve been having to chase up some things with Speech and Language Therapy. It started yesterday when I wrote to the Community Paed Secretary to make a correction on the doctor’s report, from my son’s appointment on Tuesday 2nd Feb. The doctor must have misunderstood when I said that my son had his first SALT… Continue reading SALT not worth its weight?
Sunday, I posted to a SEN Parents support group to ask if our experience with the Speech and Language Therapist was normal. With the exception of one parent, every parent said that their experience with Speech and Language Therapy did not meet their expectations. SALT does not have the capacity for helping children on a… Continue reading Ups and Downs
I’m considering changing the scope of this blog as the scope of home educating my children has changed considerably over the past few months. With my son, what we’re now tackling is what I believe to be Autistic Spectrum Disorder Traits. Even though we’re allegedly in a good area for getting support for ASD, starting… Continue reading Change of Venue