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Prosopagnosia/Face blindness

Fri 24 Apr 2015 1:52pm

I got the autiplan app.
Are there any others for Prosopagnosia that would help me......?

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Dizzy2112


Keeping my teenager busy is exhausting!

Wed 22 Apr 2015 10:56pm

I am exhausted trying to keep my 13 year old daughter occupied, it's like having a toddler again, she follows me around wanting to "do something" all the time.  She has not had a diagnosis but I suspect she is on the spectrum.  She has a SEN and only attends tution for an hour a day at a private educational provision.  I woner if there is anyone else out there in a similar position to me?  Would love to chat x

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Autist2


Need to move out

Tue 21 Apr 2015 6:55am

I am so upset and frustrated and I hate my mum right now and feel very upset. I got caught out lying and now I have nowhere to hide because I have to live in this stupid house and if they weren't so nosy and intrusive I wouldn't have had to lie in the first place if they could keep their noses out. I am so upset and angry because it is their fault I had to lie. I am waiting for a girl to move out of a flat with support but she is taking so long to find somewhere to move to I am feeling very angry towards her too because I JUST WANT TO GET OUT.

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motherof02


How to help 10 year old

Wed 15 Apr 2015 1:08pm

Hi all,

Sorry for the long post, I'm new and need some guidance.

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Tallulah


Asperger support in the Chigwell area

Tue 14 Apr 2015 6:05pm

A relative of mine has recently been diagnosed with Asperger's in his 30s, and I am looking for some information to pass on to him. I think it would be very beneficial for him to meet others with Asperger's. He lives in Chigwell, but he does not drive. Though he is able to travel into London by train, so groups there may actually be more convenient than in other areas of Essex.

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Laura - Community Champion
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shazzer


pip

Sun 29 Mar 2015 8:57pm

Hi All,

My son is coming up to 16 and I have just got round to filingl in the forms so he can claim PIP instead of DLA.

He doesn't need an appointee but his building society account is a kids one. Do I need to open him a current

 account before l fill them in and send them off??????

 

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gatheringwill


Another Adult diagnosis?

Thu 12 Mar 2015 10:30pm

Hi, I have just been to see my GP today after struggling with the idea of this for the past 6 or so years. I haven't come to this conclusion lightly, have had many talks with my Mum about my childhood and many conversations in my own head about it as well as doing a number of online tests which I score quite highly on. I find social situations extremely difficult, I have always mimicked but this does not always come off well for me, I tend to butt into conversations or say inappropriate things just for the sake of 'talking' and fitting in.

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Buddyboo


PIP daughte has to attend assement

Tue 10 Mar 2015 11:03pm

Worried about taking my daughter for assement I am her appointed as she has significant leaning difficulties and ASD  don't know how she is going to react as even going to the doctors is stressful and although I have given them all relevant upto date information can not believe she is going to be put through this stressful situation !

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TwinMummy


Will my son still love me when he's grown-up?

Mon 9 Mar 2015 2:35am

Hi all,

I'm hoping you might be able to help with something that worries me.

I have a 5 year old son - a twin - and we are incredibly close. When he was 4 he was diagnosed as ASD. He attends mainstream with a support worker, but has lots of difficulty with expressive speech, even though he is verbal. He never asks me questions about the world around him, has no concept or interest in friendships and I couldn't even begin to talk about anything non-tangible with him. Any conversation is limited to a sentence or two at most. 

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michaelz


putting property into trust - beneficial tax rules for asperger's relatives

Sat 7 Mar 2015 1:17pm

from the financial times - money supplement.

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My property is co-owned by myself and my husband. I would like to put my half in trust for my son, who has a diagnosis of autism/Asperger’s syndrome. We currently have a mortgage on this property. Can I still do this?

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