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I met the SENCO today...

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LeninGrad Tue 09-Nov-10 18:12:21

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cyb Tue 09-Nov-10 18:28:26

Thats great! Lots of people see 'a label' as a bad thing- I see it as a signpost to what help is available

LeninGrad Tue 09-Nov-10 18:35:01

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Lougle Tue 09-Nov-10 19:10:26

YAY!!!!! Well done you, and well done her. I am glad that you have a way forward.

LeninGrad Tue 09-Nov-10 19:36:20

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nameymcnamechange Tue 09-Nov-10 20:47:46

This is not a syndrome I have heard of before. I find the description on the page you linked to a bit vague. How does it present in your ds1? (bells are ringing for me, thats why I ask).

LeninGrad Tue 09-Nov-10 20:56:35

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LeninGrad Tue 09-Nov-10 20:59:27

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nameymcnamechange Tue 09-Nov-10 21:01:23

Gosh. That sounds tricky - how brilliant that it has been picked up when your ds is so young.

LeninGrad Tue 09-Nov-10 21:07:39

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