Investigation into why ‘brand-new guidelines’ implied autistic kid was stopped from getting school taxi house

The mother of an autistic kid declares a brand-new school transport guideline barred him from stepping into the taxi that generally brings him house – leaving him standing on the pavement.Anwen Lokier has actually

complained to Conwy Council after 11-year-old son Matthew was neglected in the cold.Matthew, a pupil at Ysgol y Gogarth in

Llandudno, generally gets a taxi to and from the school.Earlier today Mrs Lokier received a call from the school at

house time asking who was picking her child up.She said:”My partner and I had dropped off Matthew ourselves in the morning due to the fact that

he wasn’t sensation that well, and admittedly I had forgotten to inform his taxi motorist that he would require a lift in the afternoon to bring him house.”After getting the call from the school I immediately telephoned the taxi driver who was already at the

school to bring him house.”But he told me he couldn’t as there was a new judgment in location, which implies if moms and dads drop

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“Apparently there was a Conwy school transport officer there at the time who was checking everyone’s documents and licences who would not permit Matthew to get home to his mum.”

A Conwy County spokeswoman stated: “The School Transportation section will look into this problem.”

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