Excessive Demand Plan

Old Nov 30th 2011, 5:51 pm
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Thanks for that, we will start to get details together. He will need additional help at school just to fit in. But academically he is sorted. We have been advised to cost his meds in the uk (if he was buying them not on nhs) as long as this and any other services he is likely to require (none) are less than $18,000 pa it should be ok.
Excessive demand is a cost greater than $5600 per year for the services and medical needs. If he requires an aide at school, then the cost of the aides services would be factored in.
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Old Dec 1st 2011, 5:27 am
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Thanks for that, we will start to get details together. He will need additional help at school just to fit in. But academically he is sorted. We have been advised to cost his meds in the uk (if he was buying them not on nhs) as long as this and any other services he is likely to require (none) are less than $18,000 pa it should be ok.
Hiya,
Not sure what else i can add but i just wanted to say all the best in your application.
As ski mom(my personal saviour through this part of the process) said we got through without having to submit any info apart from an IQ Test and school reports but then our son wasn't on any meds or received any help at school apart from a social group that many kids went to.
It's really difficult to judge what they will do as we totally expected an excessive demand letter....but we were lucky.
Get everything together in advance in case you need it. Supporting letters from friends, school, after school clubs, church ( if applicable) to support your case. I suspect however than you will have to prove you can cover the costs of meds etc, but I can't help you with that. Don't get an iq test done in advance as there are specific things that they ask fir and you don't want to waste your money.
All the best of luck and let us know how it goes
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Dear All,

I have checked with visa office about update of our file. They have replied that file was with the visa officer in queue for review. After review, the next steps will be determined. I am wondering whether or not they are sending new forms for new medical tests, because the last one will be expired in a week. Another issue I have is that my wife is expecting to get new baby for the next three months. Should I inform them now or wait and see what they would say...

I look forward to hearing from you.

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me again.sigh.
we came to canada in december and had to turn tail and move back in february, this disrupted my son no end! he is now back at the same mainstream school but not doing too well, we now have plans to fly back out and get him into mainstream school in Prince George, hopefully once we get there he will settle properly ( he is missing his father who has been away for months now)
i have spoken to his psychiatrist and she is happy to prep a letter stating his needs and issues, which are minimal, other than some meds which we understand we will have to fund ourselves.
he does have needs at school but im not sure how we quantify what his excessive demand needs are? ( assuming we will be given the letter)
his school is the issue right now, as he is not doing well, as i said, im worried they will say he is a handful and it will work against us, but we will already be in PG on a SOWP ( which i already hold) hopefully slotting nicely into PG school and i will try and get him into some local clubs etc ( do they have computer clubs in Canada? LOL)
just after some advice really. anyone have any success stories ( other than those above) would appreciate some reassurance, thanks.
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Dear all,

Today I receive letter asking for additional info regarding our autistic son before they make a final decision on our file. I have only 30 days to do that. I would like to hire a lawyer to follow up with our case at this stage...Your advice would be highly appreciated.
I look forward to hearing from you...

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Old Oct 14th 2012, 4:55 pm
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I don't want to mention the names of specific individuals on an open forum, but you should choose someone with experience in excessive demand cases. It is a specialised field, and not all immigration practitioners deal with these cases.
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Old Oct 22nd 2012, 8:05 am
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A lawyer would be the best way to go. Good luck with the situation, I hope it works out.
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Old Oct 25th 2012, 2:24 am
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My son in law will be applying for FSW (nurse) when it opens again in January. My grandaughter is a very very high achieving 8 year old, however, she has some social skills issues which the school and ed phsyc are suggesting are autistic traits. They are wanting her to move to a mainstream school with an autistic provision so she can have some lessons in small classes to work on her social skills. This manifests itself in wanting to be centre of attention, striking out if children come into her personal space and some general bad behaviour. Most of the time she is a completely adorable angel, even the teachers say so. Will she be red flagged as needing an excessive demand plan. What are their chances of getting in. I don't want them to waste a load of money on all the applications, language tests etc if it's a non starter.
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Old Oct 25th 2012, 7:02 am
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My son in law will be applying for FSW (nurse) when it opens again in January. My grandaughter is a very very high achieving 8 year old, however, she has some social skills issues which the school and ed phsyc are suggesting are autistic traits. They are wanting her to move to a mainstream school with an autistic provision so she can have some lessons in small classes to work on her social skills. This manifests itself in wanting to be centre of attention, striking out if children come into her personal space and some general bad behaviour. Most of the time she is a completely adorable angel, even the teachers say so. Will she be red flagged as needing an excessive demand plan. What are their chances of getting in. I don't want them to waste a load of money on all the applications, language tests etc if it's a non starter.
She may be considered an excessive demand, I think more information will probably be needed for them to make a decision but that's just my personal opinion. I suggest getting in touch with a lawyer.
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