Yes. No matter what diagnosis your child has been given through their assessment, you can receive access to educator support. The services and supports available to your child may differ depending on their diagnosis but understanding how the educational system works can be helpful in accessing supports for your child.
The Student Support Liaison’s service is available to all families within BC.
The Student Support Liaison’s services are specific to the BC Ministry of Education and school districts. Therefore, they are primarily available for families within BC. However, they may still be able to provide general information and guidance to parents located outside of BC.
The Student Support Liaison is available to families who have had their child assessed at All brain’s clinic, as well as families who have had assessments done elsewhere.
Yes, the Student Support Liaison can provide support and guidance to families who are transitioning their child to a new school. They can also provide information on the differences between public and private schools, and the various services and supports available in different school districts.
While the Student Support Liaison can provide guidance on the School Act and Special Education Guidelines, they are not qualified to provide legal advice. They may be able to refer families to other professionals who can provide legal support if needed.
One hour of the service is provided as part of your child’s assessment. Additional support can be accessed at $65.00/hour.
This would be based on you and your child’s needs in relation to school and would be determined collaboratively with you and the Resource Liaison Educator. This could include direct contact with your child’s school if this would be helpful.
The services of the Student Support Liaison will primarily be provided virtually.