'My number one piece of advice would be to review every SINGLE word in a statement every year. I did not realise how important it was to quantify help and so we had a very woolly document where the LEA could wriggle out of most provisions.'- A parent.
Statements are unusual in law in that, if properly drafted, they provide for the most comprehensive rights for disabled people in any area of social welfare law.
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