【りょういく】Some points when I chose consultation institution for planning support
Good evening, this is lenore.
This time, I would like to write about the consultation for planning support that I made before going to the rehabilitation center and the points that I decided there.
It was more difficult to make a decision than “where to actually receive medical treatment and education" and I was lost… but I thought about it a lot and made a decision.
Review the list and consider planning consultation support institution.
To attend a rehabilitation (child development support facility), it’s different from the process of getting an application…like in kindergartens and daycare centers.
There may be slight differences in the area where you live, but at my daughter’s time…
●Go to the city office (it was the welfare department where I live) and ask for the necessary documents and information on what you need to do to apply for a beneficiary certificate.
●After that, I met with a counselor at a planning consultation support institution of my choice and created a rough plan that I hoped would help my daughter grow in this way.
●Once the plan is completed, it is submitted to the city office (my daughter was with me at this time, and we had a light interview with someone from the welfare department).
●Based on the plan, the city office person proceeds with the procedure for issuing the beneficiary certificate, and a little later (about a month later in my daughter’s case), they send the beneficiary certificate to her home.
●Contact the child development support facility you actually want to attend on your own, bring your beneficiary certificate, and meet with the facility. You will make a more detailed plan than the one made at the planning consultation support office (if you attend more than one facility, you will meet at each facility).
●Make a schedule…I can finally attend!🎉
It was roughly like this.
In my daughter’s case, we had received a list of consultation support offices when we first went to the city office.
Based on that, I called each office and made a decision on my own.
Some points I focused on when choosing a planning consultation support institution.
The Ryouiku that I decided to send my daughter to was a facility that also provided consultation support services (I could have made it there as well).
However, I decided to use a different facility for the consultation support service.
The reason is that I was concerned about transparency.
I think it would be easier to talk to the place I usually go to because they know what is going on.
However, I thought, “Child development support facilities are a very small world, and I think it would be better to have someone from the outside looking in…" I decided to use a different place to make a rough plan.
I decided to go to a different place to make a rough plan.
I was also not sure if my daughter would be able to continue attending the Ryouiku.
We also took into consideration the possibility that we might have to change the place.
If it is a Ryouiku that you actually attend, you can make a decision by looking at the website or going on a tour beforehand, but…
But for Planned Consultation Support Services, there aren’t many factors or materials to help you make a decision when choosing.
I see evaluations about the contents of rehabilitation at places like LITALICO, but…
But I don’t see much…or any evaluation at all about the consultation support field.
Therefore, I also looked at the way they responded when I first called them on the phone.
I felt that if they were slow on the phone, they were a little too slow.
I told them that I had not yet decided whether I would consult with them or not, but all they asked me for was my name and phone number.
I was told, “We will call you when the person in charge returns. I don’t know when he will be back.
I decided not to go with that center.
By the way, the planning consultation support office I chose.
When I first called, they said, “It’s going to cost you a lot of money to call us, mother!" They returned my call right away.
They also told me, “If your child has difficulty with hyperactivity or has siblings, we can provide home visit consultation services.
Overall, I got the impression that they were very considerate.
When I write it down like this, I realize that I went through many steps before attending the Ryouiku…
Well, next time I will write about the certificate of intellectual disability.
Thank you for reading!