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janmumto5 Sun 11-Oct-09 08:46:23

Hi im new and thought i would introduce myself before answering other ppl's threads and people wondering who i am lol..

Im Jan and mum to 5 great children ..Adam aged 10, Chloe 8, Lewis and Daniel 5 and Kayleigh-May aged 15mths We live in Stockport Manchester with my partner Lee who is K-m's dad and step dad to my older 4.

4 of my children have special needs..

Adam has adhd,learning difficulties and is under investigations for facial tics and processing labguage problems.

Lewis has abnormalities of the brain, paralasis of the vocal chords, growth hormone deficency,Autistic traits,global devolpmental delay,learning difficulties asthma, exzema and lax joints and ligaments.

Daniel has global devolpmental delay, mild hearing loss, selective mutism and is possible adhd and opposiotional defiance disorder.

Kayleigh-may has global devolpmental delay, low muscle tone and a balance problem, she silently aspirates so is nil by mouth fluids and has a ng tube for fluid intake, she has mild amount of fluid on the brain and plagiocephaly.

Dan and Lew both attend a special needs unit within a mainstream school and are statemented and im currently fighting to get Adam statemented before he goes into high school next septemeber ..

Look forward to getting to know you all x

fatzak Sun 11-Oct-09 09:17:30

Hi Jan smile

HelensMelons Sun 11-Oct-09 09:49:00

Hi Jan

This board is very helpful and supportive.

You definitely have your hands full.

I have 3 dc's, ds2 is on the spectrum/adhd.

Keep posting x

janmumto5 Sun 11-Oct-09 09:50:05

Hi and thanks Im looking forward to posting and getting to know everybody x

troutpout Sun 11-Oct-09 09:53:05

Hello smile

anonandlikeit Sun 11-Oct-09 10:08:48

Hi Jan

MumOfThreeMonkeys Sun 11-Oct-09 10:24:02

Hi Jan smile

Barmymummy Sun 11-Oct-09 10:30:20

Hi Jan, welcome to the board! smile

feelingbetter Sun 11-Oct-09 10:57:16

Good morning and welcome x

TotalChaos Sun 11-Oct-09 12:25:03

Hi, I think you know me from another site (frostyfosty), welcome to the board here, it's a great source of support and info smile

BobbingForPeachys Sun 11-Oct-09 12:30:05

Welcome

I am Mum to 4 boys, ds1 has HFA / AS as his diagnosis, together with an eating disorder; ds2 has been flagged as having ADD or dyspraxia but is at an early stage of dx; ds3 has more severe asd and attends an SNU; ds4 is 18 months and seems NT but I am not a big fan of estimating chcikens for baskets wink. I also act as DH'scarer from time totime, though he has been well for a while now- yay!

You will get much good advice here.

fatzak Sun 11-Oct-09 14:19:43

Peachy - misread your post and wondered what being a scarer involved grin Thought it must be Halloween related smile

feelingbetter Sun 11-Oct-09 14:25:44

Ah, I've missed Peachy's magic typing grin
Very glad you are back x

BobbingForPeachys Sun 11-Oct-09 16:06:44

<<wriggles fingers with a big grin>> wink

BriocheDoree Sun 11-Oct-09 17:11:59

Hi Jan,
Welcome to the board. I have two wonderful DCs. DD is 5 and has severe language disorder with autistic tendencies, DS is 2.5 and I'm now pretty sure he's NT.

meltedmarsbars Sun 11-Oct-09 17:19:59

Hi smile

starfish71 Sun 11-Oct-09 17:31:41

Hi I'm pretty new too here but its proving a great help and support already! I have 2 DC - DS 1 10 who has dyspraxia and DS 2 5.9 who is currently being assessed for ASD and learning delays.

lou031205 Sun 11-Oct-09 19:05:33

Welcome, Jan smile

janmumto5 Sun 11-Oct-09 19:14:53

Hi thanks for the lovely welcomes totalchaos yes you do! xx

What is NT? i not heard that before? x

janess404 Sun 11-Oct-09 19:21:36

hello,

sounds like you got your hands full there.

welcome

BobbingForPeachys Sun 11-Oct-09 21:56:43

sorry, nt is neurotypical- without sn

janmumto5 Mon 12-Oct-09 08:14:56

Ahhh right thankyou xx

magso Mon 12-Oct-09 09:26:44

Hello Jan and welcome! 5 must keep you busy! I have just one son - age 9 and he attends a sn school.

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