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make school make sense!!!!

http://www.nas.org.uk/msms
support the campaign…

I got a pack for schools in the post today – going to send it to the headmistress; ))

still haven’t heard from the steiner school yet – but I wasn’t at home on thursday/friday they may have rang while I was out.

still haven’t had our report re the diagnosis which I’m really looking forward to reading.

having a strange and wierd wobbly day today – unexpected but probably just a bit of backlash from the last few months…

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  • Joker The Lurcher
    Posted at 20:29h, 10 June Reply

    >weird and wobbly is cool!

    one thing you should be prepared for is that the report will make laurie sound scary. i found this really hard with owen – you have to tell them the worst things and they report tham in a way that negates the soft and kind side of your child but which gets you the help you need. its all a bit like a power game with them.

    hang on in there gal…

  • Lou McGill
    Posted at 22:24h, 10 June Reply

    >hey thanks – I’d not even thought about that. That helps to prepare though.

    holding and hanging…

  • Navi
    Posted at 22:32h, 10 June Reply

    >that’s interesting. they didn’t give tristan credit for certain things, but they described him in a more positive manner for me.

    but then they were trying to prove the point that a special school would help him (rather than he’s a lost cause).

    and every reports said he was ‘attractive’ this confused me as I didn’t understand the point of that but then I read some info on diagnosis and they point out that usu children are faily ‘attractive’ ie it’s not obvious they’re disabled from looking at them.

  • Lou McGill
    Posted at 18:52h, 12 June Reply

    >its seems to be quite different between Uk and US…

    still haven’t got the report…

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