Hello Clarisa, it sounds as if you have your hands full there.
Your story is one that is heard far too often still,I had to fight to the steps of the courts till the LEA changed its thinking.
Despite having a formal diagnosis, a huge pile of reports,letters and specialist advice all I got from them was “there is no evidence whatever that there is anything wrong with your child”…….. strange how the exact same eveidence suddenly produced his statement and an agreed placement once the National Autistic Society advisors and a solicitor were involved,every single thing they had said was suddenly reversed.
Have you spoken with an education advisor from the NAS? They really do make a huge difference and they know all the legal requirements and will help with statements etc.They may even help with tribunals too.
Keep plugging away at them,you will win through in the end.
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