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Results from ADOS and SRS

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Soapysuds64 Thu 29-Jan-15 13:38:45

I have just received the clinical psychologist's report for DD - she has an ADOS score of 9, which to my understanding puts her in the 'Aspergers' category. This is good news - she has recently moved schools, and her current school has a Autism wing which she can now officially access. What I found interesting was the comments from her previous (primary) school - they completed a SRS-2 assessment, noting no behavioural issues or concerns with social interaction, and her score was within a NT range. Has anyone else found that a school assessment is way off the mark? The teacher concerned was a depute head, very experienced, but never believed me when I voiced concerns - I suspect because DD was not disruptive and was doing well in class work.....

PolterGoose Thu 29-Jan-15 13:47:26

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

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