If she applies for it, they'll organise it on a daily basis. At the moment, I have to ring the taxi escort every time when I'm collecting him or dropping him off, at least out of courtesy. On my days, I don't mind doing it.
The problem for me is how it has been affecting him the last 2 years. He would leave the taxi almost in tears sometimes because he couldn't stand the noises the other children were making, the verbal provocations, etc. He is a very well behaved and quiet child. I was worried at one point he would end up clinically depressed, he really got me worried. She is either blind or so selfish not to see it. Just not fit to be a mother!
Just need to know legally where I stand, is it an issue that would have to be resolved in court if we can't do it between us? Can i call the LEA and tell them they are breaking their own rules because he is within the radius and doesn't really need it?
If it means he doesn't have to get into the taxi, yes.
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