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  • My child’s attendance has been deteriorating over the last 2 years, until this month when we are at crisis point.  As a parent we are getting little support, despite school, social care, CAHMS, and pediatricians having involvement and being aware of her rapid deterioration in attendance.
  • I want my child to be in school but fear I am being pushed intonhome education, which is something I am strongly against.
  • My child should be receiving an educational but only managed 7 days of school in January and 4 hours in February.
  • I have begged and pleaded for CAHMS to have involvement for  over 2 years and despite a Neurologist requesting this, it has been extremely difficult to access support.
  • CAHMS are now offering minimal support.  They have diagnised Catotonia, Transition Anxiety and Sensory Processing Disorder but then put no measures in place to support this.
  • CAHMS have introduced a 3 day timetable.  I would like to know what the expection is the other 2 days a week?  My child should be educated 5 days a week.  At the moment we have managed 4 hours in the last 2 weeks of the proposed timetable.
  • Schools need to be putting measures in place to deal with children’s mental health issues as at the moment, from experience, it’s non existent.
  • There is a lot of media coverage about nentsl health but in reality there is no support out there.
  • Too many deaths due to mental health issues and more appropriate support needs to be made available ASAP
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  • : Female
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  • : SCN2A, Autism, Anxiety, Hypotonia, Catatonia
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  • : Had in place from first day of primary school via parental request
  • : Currently excluded due to anxiety
  • : Special school - secondary
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  • : Specialist provision
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