Council delay in processing EHCP left girl without support, ombudsman finds

Amy Houghton
Monday, July 4, 2022

Suffolk County Council failings led to a school girl with autism and hypermobility issues missing out on two years of vital occupational therapy, the local government and social care ombudsman (LGO) has found.

Suffolk Council has apolosied for the delay is implementing support. Picture: Adobe Stock
Suffolk Council has apolosied for the delay is implementing support. Picture: Adobe Stock

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