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20-10-2015 19:29 #111
20-10-2015 19:30 #112
Inclusion support will only be granted with a diagnosis. Centres don't generally go down that path unless they really think they will be granted the funding as there are quite a few hoops to jump through.
I completely understand your stress as the way this educator has gone about this is very strange to me. Under no circumstances are we to imply a diagnosis ever, especially in a general conversation. We are there to support the child and not to make out like they are a nuisance regardless of their behaviour. I'm really sorry your child has an educator that is behaving this way.
20-10-2015 19:34 #113
To get funding, it involves the centre doing a lot of paperwork and in my experience working in Ldc, they do not look at this as something that is easy nor quick. Just something to think about.
20-10-2015 19:35 #114
What she said above 😀
20-10-2015 19:36 #115
20-10-2015 19:41 #116
I'm a bit suprised that the psych wasnt aware that getting a diagnosis is a part of the application process for inclusion funding. Its pretty standard &has been for a long time.
20-10-2015 20:56 #117
Are you getting the assessment?
21-10-2015 05:27 #118
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