Your child may be receiving supports and services outside of school. State schools can work with health care teams when planning for and providing social and emotional supports at school.
You can talk to your school about the supports your child is receiving outside of school and provide them with any reports or information you think are important. With your consent, the school can consult with health care teams about your child’s needs.
A wide range of organisations can also provide support services and advice if your child has a condition that requires social and emotional support. You can speak with your child’s general practitioner (GP) who may refer you to other health care specialists. The following websites also provide a good starting point to access supports and advice.