Pushy SEND Parents – Hallelujah

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hallelujah-pic    Christmas can be a time of huge anxiety for children with SEND, (especially those with autism) and their parents. Not only are there timetable changes and demands that are little understood and often poorly communicated to the children, they are often poorly communicated to their parents who are then unable to counsel their children through the Season.

Parents often seek to redress this by presenting their frustrated selves to schools and others in order to glean that one piece of information that can ensure a successful concert, performance, participation or simply the survival of it for their child, the school’s one child of many. They know it won’t make them popular with the school and it may risk the relationship especially if they and the school don’t have a shared understanding of their child’s needs. They know that regardless of the risk to their relationship with the school, their child’s success of otherwise this…

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