Published: 15:10, 04 April 2019
| Updated: 13:51, 26 April 2019
A health expert says funding cuts have made it difficult for Kent schools to provide enough support for children with autism.
Earlier this week we told you about a report by Ofsted which found too many children with special needs and disabilities in the county don't get the help they need.
Sarah-Jane Critchley from Tunbridge Wells worked with the Autism Education Trust and developed educational practise for more than 10 years.
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