if you haven't been to your GP to confirm this then you should or health visitor. Once this has been confirmed then your GP will refer your child to a speech therapist. Once you have been reffered then the speech therapist will have regular sessions with your son they may also go into school to see how he is getting on and give the teaching assistants exercises to do with the child.
You should go to your GP he/she will then refer your child to a speech therapist in your area.
Go to your GP and ask for a referral to be assessed by a speech and language therapist.
If the GP resists- ask for a second opinion.. you are entitled to that.
Don't give up- with the NHS how it is they may try and pass you off you need to fight for everything it seems nowadays- but you'll get there in the end.
Tell his classroom teacher to put in a referral to have him evaluated for speech therapy services. It will be free through the school system and he can get the services IN school.
Make a referral, which is a written statement asking that the school district to evaluate your child to determine if he or she needs speech therapy services. This written statement should be addressed to your school principal. The referral may result in a request to have your child tested to see if he or she needs services and to collect data about the specific area of difficulty your child is having.
Once you put your regquest in writing the school HAS to test and start the process.....Don't let them talk you out of it!
Contact your stat Department of Vocational Rehabilitation. Also your local school board--they may be able to help.
yes theycan help him at the school he is going to . the school well a sign him to a teacher that can help him all school should have this at their schools
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