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ADVICE TO SCHOOLS FROM YOUNG PEOPLE

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How do schools help children with cystic fibrosis and what support do they get?

How do schools help children with cystic fibrosis and what support do they get?

How do schools help children with cystic fibrosis and what support do they get?

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Funding for child with cystic fibrosis

Funding for child with cystic fibrosis

We are a secondary school expecting our first student with cystic fibrosis to start school with us. We are trying to find funding to develop an existing rarely used toilet with shower into a newly refurbished room for her and subsequent CF students. Do you have a grant system we could apply for? If not do you know of any organisations we could get in contact with which may be able to help with funding?

Most hospitals that treat patients with CF have an outreach team that can advise - and the Cystic Fibrosis Trust are also available for advice and guidance - however we are not aware of any funding for disability access - maybe try your local authority?

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Support for child with autism

Support for child with autism

One my cousin's children has Autism and they are coming to live in England soon. I would like to know what facilities and support do you offer for an Autistic child? He is 5 year's old. We never experienced this sort of disorder before so not sure what to do and how to help that beautiful life to live. Your guidance and help will be greatly appreciated.

To gain access to support for a child who you believe to be on the autistic spectrum it is necessary to have a diagnosis from a psychiatrist - after that it is possible to apply for an education and health care plan in order to have additional help in school or if necessary a special school - this process can take an extended length of time so do make enquires in the area you are planning to move to as soon as you possibly can.

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