AnonymousInactiveSeptember 9, 2001 at 1:46 amPost count: 20
Hi everyone im Deb im 33 and i have two kids on the spectrum i have my ds who is 15 and has a dx of semantic pragmatic communication disorder and a few anxiety issues ,then i have my dd who is 13 she has severe autism ,severe learning difficulties ,behavioural problems and she is non-verbal we are going through a tough time at the moment with her she has become violent and unpredictable again it feels like all our hard work and the schools hard work has gone down the pan i have a question but ill save it for the other section lol so glad you decided to get a proper forum [:D] thanks for having me
AnonymousInactiveSeptember 2, 2006 at 8:29 pmPost count: 6
Hi deb’s and thax for makeing me welcome to the site it’s brill that we have site’s like this to help us parent’s to try and cope with the struggle with bringing up an autistic child.As some day’s as you’ve prob come a cross you feel like you can’t go on some time’s be some how manage to keep on going keep in touch louise!!!!![:)]
AnonymousInactiveDecember 28, 2006 at 1:06 pmPost count: 2
Do you have the prognosis in writting? If so i would in a polite way show it to the school and say hay dumas this is whats going on and he needs the extra help.
If you cant hit them with a clue can you change schools?
What better love than the one from God
AnonymousInactiveDecember 29, 2006 at 1:23 amPost count: 22
I work with families in Northamptonshire who experience similar concerns to the ones you have.
I have opened up this topic and replied to you in the Frequently asked questions section of this forum.
AnonymousGuestSeptember 26, 2008 at 12:37 pmPost count: 394
Hi, S.L. Davis. My name is Lucretia and I am sorry to read of your lack of support from (as I like to call them) The ‘SS’, my own son has been treated as a floating file by them for most of his life yet they were all over us during my devource. Sadly I have found that no matter where you go and who you’re told told to see, they never have the answers or help you need and yet they seem to be helping everyone else around you. The irony being that most of the parents I’ve met have all stated that thay get no constructive help, just a list of long words and a lot of suggestions that ‘might’ help! (Sorry, bit of a sore subject.) Anyway, all I can say is like the poor kitten in that poster -keep hanging on- it’s all any of us can really do.
Take care and keep going forward, you have your beautiful daughter and that is what truly counts. I know my life would have been so much poorer without my son, this is what keeps me banging my head against all those walls that refuse to listen even when I’d really like to sit down and quit.
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