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superwoman


First timer here !

Sun 19 Apr 2009 5:03pm

Hello everyone !

I am a 34 year old mum to three children. My middle child was diagnosed with autism just before his third birthday almost two years ago now.

I am looking for advice, support and the understanding that comes from others on this site.

Tomorrow he starts full time mainstream school with his statement in place already..I am scared to death ! 

thanks x

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Call Me Jaded


Hello from Jaded

Sun 19 Apr 2009 1:06pm

Hi

Recognising a few names here already.

Here's a hello from me in west London, I help run the Parents Forum in Hounslow, as well as being mum to Zack (ASD) and one more boy as well as two girls. Chaos is the norm here.

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Jaded Mum to Z(14), H(9), S(7) and J(5)
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girliewif


Hi - newbie to forum and Autism

Sat 18 Apr 2009 9:35am

Hi

My name is Rebekah and I have a 4 year old son (E) who was diagnosed with ASD in January.  We are relatively new to all this and so are trying to find our feet. 

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norm


hi from norm

Thu 16 Apr 2009 10:10pm
hi im norm from berkshire, im a single dad to a 15 yr old daughter and a 13 yr old son who has high functioning aspergers. we have just got the proposed statement and are now waiting to see if local authority will accept my preffered choice of school and agree to the funding. hes been home tutored for the past year, which has been eventfull, as the move to secondry school couldnt have been any worse for him 
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ruthglynneowen


Autism professional/ researcher

Wed 15 Apr 2009 8:20am

Hi there

I am just writing to introduce myself. I am an Autism specialist currently working as an independent consultant with schools and families across the UK and also in my first year of my doctorate in education specialising in Autism and effective teaching...

Would be really interested in hearing from anyone that shares my research interests and of course parents who either want some independent advice or have a story to tell!

best wishes

Ruth

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www.autismsupportservice.co.uk
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everhopeful


Hello from Jane

Sat 11 Apr 2009 5:46pm

Hello Everyone

 I have 2 sons J who is 7 and M who is 5 with severe autism.  He has many sensory issues which make life somewhat challenging but these are certainly improving and severe learning difficulties.  J is an extremely nurturing big brother and never loses his patience with M which is very sweet and keeps me going during hard times.

 M is currently being educated with a home based ABA programme which is hard work but it is  difficult to imagine another way to teach him. 

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Hello from Clare Mac

Fri 10 Apr 2009 10:43pm

Hello out there!

I have already posted a large waffle about my youngest daughter somewhere on this site and Josie was kind enough to answer, ( I can't find it now).  But, I hadn't introduced myself.

I have two daughters, the youngest is 3 and autistic, but has yet to be formerly diagnosed.   As autism affects 4 times more boys than girls, I feel alone in my search for advice.

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Hello from Paula

Tue 7 Apr 2009 4:14pm

Hello,

My name is Paula and I’m the Community Manager for talk about autism. I am here to answer any of your questions about the forum, help you find your way around the site and listen to any of your suggestions about how we can improve the site for you.

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Paula Barrett Community Manager talk about autism paula@talkaboutautism.org.uk
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jayjay121


Hi I am new

Sat 4 Apr 2009 9:44am

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Dizzytart


Hi I'm Dizzy

Wed 1 Apr 2009 3:08pm

I'm Dizzy, I am mam to three children.  My eldest son, who is now 18, has a diagnosis of HFA and Asperger's Syndrome, and my youngest son, who is 11, has  a diagnosis of Dyspraxia.  I live in Doncaster but am originally from Liverpool, which to me will always be the place I call home.  I spend most of my time ensuring my boys have what they need to 'Survive,' and cope in a world which can often be very confusing for them, whilst trying to raise awareness wherever and whenever I can.  I do this by sharing experiences with other parents who have children on

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