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It's unusual for a child under 2 to get a Statement although you or the professionals working with the child can request assessment but the legal rules are slightly different. Once the child reaches 2 then all the usual rules and regulations apply. If I was you then I'd speak to the SENCO at the nursery about it when he starts there and get the ball rolling. You could also ask your local Parent Partnership or Advisory Centre for Education for more information.
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Thank you will definately be looking into although he doesnt actually need the statement until he is 2 i suppose its best to get the ball rolling now,if i remember rightly my other sons statement seemed to had taken forever to get into place x
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