My education authority has decided not to open a co-ordinated support plan (CSP) for my child. What can I do?

As a parent you can appeal to the Additional Support Needs Tribunal if you want to challenge a decision about a CSP. If you want to make an appeal (called ‘a reference’) to the Additional Support Needs Tribunal you can contact them to ask for advice. The Tribunal’s website is www.asntscotland.gov.uk or you can ring their helpline on 0141 302 5861.

Your education authority can also provide you with information on how to make a reference.

For further information please see Factsheet 4 — Resolving disagreements and our one page summary Steps-to-resolving-disagreements.

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