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Know your rights: Getting support from your local council in England

 

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Know your rights: Getting support from your local council in England
Net Price: £0.00
Primary target audience: Parents and carers
Format: Information guide
Date live: 07/10/2016

This guide looks at the legal rights you and your deaf child might have to practical help from your local council. This guide includes information on:

  • Local councils – key duties
  • What support is available such as technology, financial help and services
  • How do I ask for an assessment of my child’s needs?
  • How can I prepare for an assessment?
  • What to expect
  • Deaf children and the law
  • Template letters and case studies