The first step will be to raise your concerns with the educational setting. There may be reasons why support has been changed or delayed which you are reassured about.
Once an EHC plan is finalised the setting will set interim targets linked to the ‘outcomes’, this is key as enables progress to be reviewed throughout the year. If you are unsure what these targets are, you could arrange to meet with the SENCO.
If you have discussed with the setting and still have some concerns that provision in a plan is not being made, you should let the local authority know.
In law, it is the local authority’s duty to secure the special educational provision in an EHC plan, this means to ensure that provision is made.
Our raising concerns information takes you through the various steps you can take if you are not happy with the support your child is getting, including complaining to school or the local authority.
Read the local authority information what to do if provision in a plan is not being made ‘Education, health and care plan provision: raising concerns about delivery.’
IPSEA have some useful guidance including an example letter, if you have been unable to resolve by contacting school/the local authority.