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lynny70 Sun 24-Apr-05 11:40:56

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dottee Sun 24-Apr-05 11:45:14

Thank you very much - your information has come just at the right time as I've been looking at the brochures this week.

lynny70 Sun 24-Apr-05 12:17:34

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heartinthecountry Sun 24-Apr-05 12:36:09

Hi Lynny70 - welcome and thanks for the info .

Do you mind me asking what you dd's SN are?

lynny70 Sun 24-Apr-05 13:16:40

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lynny70 Mon 25-Apr-05 10:38:07

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RnB Mon 25-Apr-05 10:44:14

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coppertop Mon 25-Apr-05 10:47:12

Wow! We've just got to the stage of actually thinking about trying a holiday as we haven't been away since our honeymoon. It's good to know that there's schemes like this one so thanks.

Also welcome to the SN board.

lynny70 Mon 25-Apr-05 11:04:00

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lynny70 Mon 25-Apr-05 11:07:03

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RnB Mon 25-Apr-05 11:31:00

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lynny70 Mon 25-Apr-05 12:48:39

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chonky Mon 25-Apr-05 15:49:44

Hi lynny70 - just wanted to say welcome to the SN board.

Jayzmummy Mon 25-Apr-05 16:46:33

Lynny, You do know that under schedule 19 of the education act that if your child is absent from school for more than 15 days she is entitled to Link Education dont you?

The teacher basically comes to your home 3 times a week for a couple of hours each time and teaches your child.Its fantastic.....my ds has been using this service for a couple of weeks now and I only wish i had known about it 6 months ago.

If your dd has an illness that is reoccurent and has lots of time away from school.....say a couple of weeks in school then a week out she is still entitled to this service.

Thought I'd just mention it.

Welcome to the SN board.

lynny70 Mon 25-Apr-05 17:51:48

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JakB Tue 26-Apr-05 19:40:05

Welcome lynny70! I've got a daughter with autism and SLD too and she too is my biggest source of tears and joy wrapped into one . I hardly meet any autistic girls- I saw a little girl on a video at Early Bird today and my mum and I felt really emotional

Dee31 Tue 26-Apr-05 23:03:44

Hi there im a newbie to this board i have an 11 yr old daughter with severe Autism ,SLD,and epilepsy i also have a son 14 with semantic pragmatic language disorder could you tell me if the holidays are available to everyone or just for those living in the london area thanks

Blossomhill Tue 26-Apr-05 23:07:04

Hi Dee

Welcome to mumsnet

I'd love to hear more about your children. Especially your ds as my dd also has semantic pragmatic language disorder. She is 5, 6 in August!

coppertop Wed 27-Apr-05 10:00:36

Welcome to the SN board, Dee.

JakB Wed 27-Apr-05 10:08:48

Welcome Dee!

Fio2 Wed 27-Apr-05 10:20:25

Lynny, what type of school does she go to? why wont they wipe her nose ?

my dd has microcephaly and SLd and a list as long as your arm of other little diagnosis'

JakB Wed 27-Apr-05 10:24:36

Bloody hell Linny, just got this bit of the thread. Like Fio says, why won't they wipe her nose? at, 'we can't have her snotting and gobbing'. OMG

JakB Wed 27-Apr-05 10:24:57

Sorry, LYNNY!

lynny70 Wed 27-Apr-05 16:56:39

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