Bryony Walker believes every child deserves the best education available. Yet she fears many youngsters with so-called "special needs" are being denied the schooling to which they're entitled.
The Bewdley solicitor, recently appointed Midland representative for the national parent-led charity the Association For All Speech Impaired Children (AFASIC), specialises in the law relating to youngsters with special educational needs.
One of only a handful of lawyers in the country involved in this complex area of legal work, Bryony says many parents don't know how to push for what they feel would be most beneficial for their children.
"Speech and language …