Posted: Fri Feb 14, 2014 10:23 pm
Hi hun, we've both got April 2010 babies and have chatted on here a couple of times so didn't want to read and run. How are you feeling about his diagnosis? Hope it means he can get the help he needs.
My boy Oliver has some 'strange' behaviours still so am keeping an eye on him x
Posted: Tue Apr 29, 2014 7:39 pm
I haven't been on this site for ages but sometimes pop back on to check this section, as my little boy has a rare condition and also autism.
Archie got diagnosed at 3 and is now 4.5, he has some speech but not a huge amount. He is in mainstream nursery but I have just requested statutory assessment with the hope of getting him into a special school which we believe is the best place to bring him on.
We lead a relatively normal life, we have speech and language, he has a 1-1 at school, we go Asd trampoline club, I have met a great gang of people on a speech course I did and we all keep in touch.
We have a younger little girl who is great.
If there is anything you want to discuss, please feel free to inbox me.
There are lots of fab autism groups on Facebook and I am part of a secret one so people/family/friends cannot see what we discuss its really fun and friendly we have a laugh as well as serious questions!!
Were are you based?