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Hi Ambreen

Try looking at the Voiceability website. Independent advocates for people up to 25yrs with additional needs.

Have helped my son enormously.

Good Luck, Lucy F
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Ambreen,

Forgot to say, ask voiceability about postponing your meeting until your child's advocate can attend with you.

Yikes, the paperwork say they help age 5-25...didn't notice that. Ask their advice anyway. they may be able to help as is is a school related issue.

Fingers crossed for you.

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Hi Lucy


Thankyou hun x
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How did it go!?xx
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(05-18-2011, 10:17 AM)Lucy Wrote: How did it go!?xx

Hi

hanx for asking ...yes it went ok actually the lady from scope a support family person came with us and talked about cp how it can them restless etc etc

and the school was very accomodating.....


xx


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