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should i make a recording of dd2 to paeds?

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misdee · 21/05/2006 22:52

just in case we ever decide to go back to see them. today she was in classic overload mode. was very frustrating to watch her. (bend down, jump up, bark bark bark, bend down, jump up, bark bark bark). mieow mentioned it, was wondring what you all think?

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moondog · 21/05/2006 22:55

Excellent idea
Hard to paint the full picture sitting in an office.

misdee · 21/05/2006 22:58

exactly, when they sit her down to do puzzles, they are amazed at it, she is very good at them and was completing ones for 5-6years old easily at the last assessment, its hard to see her as anything but normal and intelligent. which she is, but she has problems with social situations.

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trefusis · 21/05/2006 22:59

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moondog · 21/05/2006 23:21

Also keep a (dated) log of quirky incidences so as Tref says,you can back up comments with concrete examples.
Know you've a lot on but would really help.

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