How an LA can steal your child's childhood, and undermine their future, by passive adherence to internal processes, cost-based short-term decisions with long-term outcomes, and non compliance with even the most basic legal frameworks.
I was 39 when I had J. A successful professional. Adept at leading teams and running businesses. My sense of self very much tied up in my work life. It didn't slip away over night that life. It kind of drifted away over several years as the burden of appointments increased and the diagnosis shifted … Continue reading Reach out for your sanity
Article first published in TES, 3rd March 2017 @ https://www.tes.com/news/school-news/breaking-views/narrative-budget-cuts-will-hit-students-send-hardest-inaccurate-and Authors: Michelle Tempest-Mitchell & John Furlong Two parents of children with SEND urge schools to stop putting the burden of funding cuts on the shoulders of our most vulnerable students Michelle Tempest-Mitchell writes: When your child’s development doesn’t mirror his or her peers, you are forced … Continue reading The narrative that budget cuts will hit students with Send hardest is inaccurate – and unlawful