Parents and carers need to be prepared to support their child through all stages of their development. It’s never too early to start finding out what help and resources are available.
Starting primary school is a big step for any child. For a child with nystagmus, it’s even more important to be well prepared.
Moving from primary to secondary school can mean all sorts of changes for the child with nystagmus. The team supporting the child can change and there are lots more things to consider inside the classroom and beyond.
As the number of subjects and teachers increases and public examinations appear just over the horizon, it’s time to establish support and the child’s preferred way of working.
The Council for Disabled Children provide examples of good practise for the compilation of EHC plans, including their most recent exemplar guide 2017 which can be downloaded here.
This is not an exhaustive list.
We will add to it and keep it updated.