Monthly Archives: August 2011

MRI results

What we thought would be a routine follow-up appointment with the paediatrician this week has left us reeling. They told us that, following B’s MRI scan, we would either be contacted or not contacted, depending on whether there was a … Continue reading

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A decent proposal

Yesterday, we received the proposed educational statementĀ for B. It’s good news. B has been given 32.5 hours per week one to one support. That’s support from the moment he steps through the school gates, to the moment he leaves at … Continue reading

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Making a statement (continued)

The paper work is in, the reports complete and the assessments over. The process of statutory assessment, to consider giving my son an educational statement, is complete. A phone call last week informed me that, as soon as she was … Continue reading

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Birthday boy

This post is now available in the ‘Life with an Autistic Son’ ebook available to download fromĀ Amazon.

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Back soon!

We’re off on holiday for a week. It will be most relaxing and the sun will shine all week. Wales is known for that, right?

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A pinch of SALT

Although B has attended speech and language therapy (SALT) for some time, this week was the first time I had taken him. Following the first initial concerns about his development, SALT were the first agency to be involved. They were … Continue reading

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