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UK question?

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haven Mon 25-Jul-05 15:38:36

does the government help much there? from the way it sounds, not to much.

ds has behavior and social issues and he received help before two...i read here about specialist taking months to get in and i am just curious...i feel for you moms if it is this hard to get help

fqueenzebra Wed 27-Jul-05 18:48:38

Help with exactly what, haven? I think the answer is no, haven, but no real experience.

tatt Thu 28-Jul-05 06:43:19

help - what help? It can take years to get allergy tests. We do get free epipens, although I'm not sure if they will still be free after 18. A few people whose kids have very bed eczema get some benefit to help with the extra costs. So I suspect the answer to your question is mostly no.

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