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Bibic summary of my ds!

(19 Posts)
essbee Sat 28-May-05 18:52:15

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essbee Sat 28-May-05 18:54:47

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Louise1980 Sat 28-May-05 18:55:12

Essbee what is bibic and ahich special need does your ds have. Im just curious as Im not getting any help with my children and I could really use it.

Davros Sat 28-May-05 18:58:05

So glad it went well and you feel rejuvenated Essbee. Have been waiting for your report!

Yorkiegirl Sat 28-May-05 18:58:30

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essbee Sat 28-May-05 19:01:17

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LIZS Sat 28-May-05 20:33:09

That sounds pretty positive and well worth the effort. Also good news that he was so cooperative. Hope things are starting to look up for you.

coppertop Sat 28-May-05 21:05:32

I was wondering this afternoon about how you'd got on. Bibic seems to have an amazing effect on people. Everyone seems to come back feeling better about things. I'm so glad it had this effect on you too, Essbee.

Jayzmummy Sat 28-May-05 21:08:09

Essbee. So glad that it was a positive experience for you and your ds. Was thinking off you in "the hut" alone at night! Did you manage OK?

Merlot Sun 29-May-05 06:40:02

Glad it went well esbee

essbee Sun 29-May-05 17:12:29

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Davros Sun 29-May-05 18:15:10

So is the outcome that he DOES have ADHD or he doesn't? Sorry, I'm confused! If not, what did they say or are you waiting for the report. Do you think it will help you at school etc?

lou33 Sun 29-May-05 18:16:27

not i think davros

essbee Sun 29-May-05 18:20:41

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Davros Sun 29-May-05 18:23:17

I thought you said ADHD was a misdiagnosis. Definitely sounds like it was well worth it and the vestibular thingy whatsit must be sensory related and maybe earole too (v techincal).

essbee Sun 29-May-05 18:24:31

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essbee Sun 29-May-05 18:25:13

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coppertop Sun 29-May-05 18:30:35

That sounds a little like ds2. He doesn't have ADHD but always has to keep his feet moving to get some kind of sensory input. Lots of throwing himself to the floor too - like a mini-stagediver.

essbee Sun 29-May-05 18:35:49

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