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Thanks Rebecca. I sort of knew about this, but it does make it clearer now.

I've just told a Mum that it was too early to think about an EHCP for her child who is Autistic and has been with us since September. He is due to be with us next academic year, but is still not saying any words and needs 1:1 support. It looks like I may need an EHCP to ensure that 1:1 support remains in place. A little bit of back tracking!!!

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Just read the above post and I am now confused, are you saying that you will now need to have an EHCP in place to qualify for funding?. I currently support a child who gets inclusion funding but does not have an EHCP in place, they will require funding for the next academic year so should I do an EHCP now?. Thanks

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