Mother 'left in debt' after council ends school transport for autistic son

Neil Puffett
Monday, December 7, 2020

A council that withdrew school transport for an autistic boy, leaving his mother to pay for taxis to get him to his special school, has been criticised by the local government and social care ombudsman.

Local government and social care ombudsman Michael King called on Nottingham City Council to apologise over the decision. Picture: LGO
Local government and social care ombudsman Michael King called on Nottingham City Council to apologise over the decision. Picture: LGO

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