Autistic boy writes to PM calling for more support – BBC News

At a glance

  • Nate Courtney, from south-west London, has written a letter to the prime minister telling him his parents feel “failed and forgotten”
  • The letter is part of the Let Parents be Parents campaign, which is calling for local authorities to be reminded of their legal duties to support children with disabilities
  • A survey by the Disabled Children’s Partnership (DCP) found the majority of parent carers did not think their child had the correct level of government support
  • The government said its Improvement Plan would be “prioritising earlier intervention”

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