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Anyone in Bromsgrove/driotwich and bridgnorth area? Please

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greener2 Wed 20-Mar-13 20:41:28

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MareeyaDolores Thu 21-Mar-13 00:04:00

Is it essential to admit to your move immediately?

Who would get your house? Or can you redirect the mail?

MareeyaDolores Thu 21-Mar-13 00:14:41

parent partnership Shropshire and Nhs woucestershire might know the waiting times locally... Or point you to someone who does. I've heard of autism west midlands too

Dev9aug Thu 21-Mar-13 00:32:35

Is the area where you are in crisis or the one you are moving to?

You don't have to tell your current area that you have moved. you can register at your new local GP surgery as a temporary patient for up to six months I think.

greener2 Thu 21-Mar-13 07:23:48

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greener2 Thu 21-Mar-13 07:24:43

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MareeyaDolores Thu 21-Mar-13 17:23:48

I would ring neighbouring NHS areas ASD-diagnosis teams, and ask if they could accommodate a funded out-of-area referral. Then ask nicely what plans they have to cover their service locally... When they say 'none, why?' kick up a fuss and hopefully get ds referred.

greener2 Thu 21-Mar-13 20:00:04

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MareeyaDolores Thu 21-Mar-13 20:04:30

If an area doesn't have an essential service locally, they commission it from somewhere that does. For common things, they bulk buy (commission). For uncommon or unexpected needs, they individually-fund

greener2 Thu 21-Mar-13 20:13:09

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MareeyaDolores Thu 21-Mar-13 21:16:00

You've been waiting... For a service that doesn't exist locally at the moment. And no-one knows when it'll be back on. So good grounds to be sent 'next door' perhaps hmm

MareeyaDolores Thu 21-Mar-13 21:18:09

Officially you join the back of the new area's queue. Waits elsewhere aren't deducted. Unless they agree its now become urgent.

Though I don't think they're allowed to discriminate against services families quite as much (if that applies to you).

PicaK Thu 21-Mar-13 21:33:21

I'm in Bromsgrove and tbh I'm not the best person to ask cos we're just dipping our toes into it all. But it seems quite well run

greener2 Sat 23-Mar-13 19:43:25

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MareeyaDolores Sun 24-Mar-13 15:17:41

i mean, they say you're on a waiting list, don't worry,it'll be april

but then they say they're in crisis and can't cope with the backlog, and have no idea when you'll get an appt... it sounds to me like whoever does the service is on sick or maternity leave, or has resigned, or something similar.

Perhaps someone else is doing the occasional ADOS (or else they're hoping the postholder will return. So on paper there's a service, but really there is no service which can see patients really exists till the sick staff get better / they recruit a new staff member / whatever. Am hoping I'm wrong, but...

MareeyaDolores Sun 24-Mar-13 15:18:44

you being a forces family was just a wild guess... we have some forces friends up that way wink

dietstartstmoz Sun 24-Mar-13 15:38:32

Greener2-i have pm'd you

greener2 Sun 24-Mar-13 19:04:59

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