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      Note: SFTAH transferred this from old data base when site was updated, thus date and name lost, all dates 2006 & 2007 changed during changeover to odd dates.i have a grandson in main stream primary chool he was first diagnosed with adhd but should be treated at school as a child with aspergers syndrome. he has been since diagnsed with aspergers syndromewe ave had so many problems with him at school i thouht that once you were diagnosed there wuld be help but all we have come across are brick walls no help what so ever the staff have very little understanding of the condition let alone how to deal with any problems. he has no statement he was refused assesmentwhen the school did finaly apply he is now nealy ten years old not long before he goes to secondary school. he will not survive there he is bright enough but he is very young for his years and there is so much he cannot do for himself. he is very good and some times we feel that if he was not he would of been getting the help he so badly needs.all we get are empty promises well i shouldnot moan too much may be one day some one will realy help him

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