Parents of students with special needs are worried their kids won't get enough help
It's only a matter of days before most students are back at school. But, some parents of students with special needs are worried their kids won't get enough help. They say recent budget cuts are already having an impact on support services. Serge Lefebvre is one of those parents.
His 18-year-old daughter Laurence has cerebral palsy and attends Ecole Regional du vent Nouveau, a school for special needs students on the south shore of Montreal. He joined us on the show this morning.
We also continued the conversation with David d'Aoust, he is the Executive Director of the Quebec English School Boards.