What is a CAF and do I need one for my child? A Common Assessment Framework is a document that is used as a tool for parents to ensure all agencies involved with the child are documented and an action plan put in to place. FAQs What is available for siblings as they are impacted emotionally? How do I get a diagnosis for my child? How do I find out more information in respect of 'out of school' activities for my child? What do I need to do in order to get more services to support me in my caring role? What do I do because school is not supporting my child in mainstream and he/she is struggling? Since receiving the diagnosis I have not received any advice or direction in relation to who I can turn to for support, what can I do? My child has not received a diagnosis but he/she is becoming very aggressive and has behavioural problems both at school and at home which has an impacted their progress at school, what can I do? Do I need a diagnosis before I can submit a DLA claim? I have a Child in Need meeting, what will it involve? My child has incontinence issues, what help is available?