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Harvey was born prematurely and it was not certain that he would live. Like many
other children extent of his disabilities has emerged as time has passed.
In these clips Harvey’s Dad reflects on the support that Harvey has had and comments
that whilst it has been excellent in some respects it has been lacking in others.
In some cases it may be appropriate to make an appeal. Where individuals wish to
dispute the decisions of public bodies, Parliament has established a Tribunals Service.
Where the issues to be resolved relate to children with SEN and disabilities the relevant
service is the First-tier Tribunal (Special Educational Needs and Disability).
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