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Here are some suggested organisations that offer expert advice on SN.

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(5 Posts)
Spinkle Sat 04-Dec-10 08:28:22

Trying to get some Sensory OT for DS (6, ASD)
but NHS round here will not do it.

Any chance of these good people funding some of it? Is it income dependant?

ArthurPewty Sat 04-Dec-10 08:54:35

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

SookieD Sat 04-Dec-10 09:55:49

The grant form requires confirmation from medical professional that the child has brain injury/damage condition - not sure if this covers AS?

It is income dependent. We got turned down because dh and I both work and have joint income over tax credit threshold (which apparently means u are a millionaire!!!!)

daisy5678 Sat 04-Dec-10 10:32:08

Autism is accepted as a brain condition.

Spinkle Sat 04-Dec-10 18:08:05

Thanks for that. I knew he had the 'right' thing but didn't know if we were able to apply.

We get some tax credits (very small amount; just about pays for my gin wink)

(that's a joke btw, I don't drink!)

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