Thanks for posting this Mayan I'm sure it will be very helpful for our members.
Paperback £14.99 Kindle £8.99
Perhaps the most frustrating aspect of having a child with a disability is trying to make sense of the provisions available from the state. John Friel and Melinda Nettleton's book is absolutely essential for any parent faced with this predicament - and I speak from personal experience. --Rosa Monckton, parent and disability rights campaigner
A timely, important and accessible text designed to guide parents and others working on behalf of children and young people with significant and severe Special Educational Needs through revised legislation. This 'must-have' book offers direction, insight and understanding, delivered by authors with years of personal and legal experience working within the field. --Dr Lindsay Peer, CBE, educational psychologist
This book takes a complex and confusing subject and 'unplaits the fog', giving clear explanations of the new legislation. It is an excellent read that I will want to return to time and time again. It will allow parents and professionals to negotiate the maze that is a child's entitlement. --Stephen Bradshaw, MD of Children s Services, Cambian Group
About the Author
Melinda Nettleton is the founding member and Principal Solicitor of SEN Legal and a Trustee of HACS (Hillingdon Autistic Care and Support). She is the mother of three children, one of whom has Special Educational Needs. She divides her time between London and Bury St Edmunds, UK. John Friel is a barrister at Hardwicke with expertise in public law issues. He has won leading cases in the House of Lords, Court of Appeal, and High Court, and is featured in The Legal 500 and Chambers UK as an Education Law specialist. He is the author of Young Adults with Special Needs: Assessment, Law and Practice - Caught in the Acts, also published by Jessica Kingsley Publishers, and is based in London, UK.