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PolterGoose Wed 05-Feb-14 14:24:27

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ouryve Wed 05-Feb-14 16:29:48

Integrated services, you say? Wow, that's a bit forward thinking!

Just had a skim through the school age one and it's an excellent overview. Every school in the country should have something like that.

PolterGoose Wed 05-Feb-14 17:22:47

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PolterGoose Wed 05-Feb-14 22:19:53

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ouryve Wed 05-Feb-14 22:24:51

The hand gym pages are very good. Might print them off because I need to do some of this with DS1. I'd benefit, too - would help slow the loss of range of movement in my hands.

Jellyandjam Wed 05-Feb-14 22:27:07

This is great. The speech part was really interesting to me and reassuring with regards to the progress DS has made since sept.

PolterGoose Wed 05-Feb-14 22:30:40

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Levantine Thu 06-Feb-14 07:02:55

My lovely sil is head of physio in that trust Polter. You are very very lucky to be able to access them, she is horrified at lack of OT that we get

Levantine Thu 06-Feb-14 07:07:53

That sounded a bit preachy I just meant I am envy smile

PrinceRogersNelson Thu 06-Feb-14 07:25:39

I have made myself late for work reading them! Really fantastic resource thanks.

I think I'll email them to school. smile I' sure they'll find them useful...

PolterGoose Thu 06-Feb-14 07:42:50

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autumnsmum Thu 06-Feb-14 08:09:10

Il have a look they sound like they will be great with younger two

Tambaboy Thu 06-Feb-14 18:45:55

Polter thank you very much for sharing this, I have been reading through it and it's fantastic. I'm slightly envy that the OT provision is so good in your area. Only joking.

OddFodd Thu 06-Feb-14 19:11:42

I'm so pleased for you Polter and so grateful for you for sharing this but I am so bloody cross that provision is so patchy. DS has been signed off by the NHS OT. Although she agrees he's got significant sensory disorders angry

And no one talks to anyone else either

PolterGoose Thu 06-Feb-14 19:21:29

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corkysgran Thu 06-Feb-14 19:50:53

Great resource, thanks for sharing. Will be using this a lot.

corkysgran Thu 06-Feb-14 19:54:59

Meant to say this is why I love MNSN (smile)

PolterGoose Thu 13-Feb-14 10:11:22

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PolterGoose Sun 16-Feb-14 19:58:18

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trulymadlydeeplyunlikeable Sat 08-Mar-14 22:42:07

Poltergoose, I've only just seen this but thanks so much for sharing. thanks It's a fantastic resource. I always wondered what good integrated children's services looked like! DS too has been given the briefest of reports and discharged by everyone despite dyspraxia, hypermobility, hypotonia, spd.

PolterGoose Sun 09-Mar-14 08:00:09

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3rdnparty Sun 09-Mar-14 10:21:12

bump - ds (dyspraxia/hypermobile ot appointments a year apart here) this is great thanks for sharing cake

cardboardcactus Sun 09-Mar-14 10:51:19

Polter, thanks so much for sharing! Incredibly useful stuff!

youarewinning Sun 09-Mar-14 20:04:50

Wow - incredibly useful information. Thanks for sharing polter

PolterGoose Wed 14-May-14 15:51:02

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