I'm in same boat as you my boy is 5yrs and he's keep kicking off he strayed to hit me few times sometimes I feel all my fault he's not been clarified yet if got austism aspergies but saying he's got it got social worki and other professional,been on list for ages he hasn't been seen thanksView Thread
Hi I'm new to this web site haven't got clue how to go bout it my little boy was born 2mths premchure I was poorly so took while for me to see him his weight was 3lb 4'. Then couple months before he come out hospital they did tell me he had grade3to 5bleed and they would keep eye on him didn't mention he may be brain damage or cerel paulusy but really slow in growing up.i really feel hard at moment been having tac meeting at school coz he runs about ,falling over,touched feeling.he won't join in with other kids in active also he can't dress himself also main problem is can't have poo with no feeling.doing excise he's been on list to be seen ayah and austims aspergies been on 4yrs and it's ridicules when he can't get in to see consultant February 2015. I've cryed cryed had no help school are saying he has traits of austims .fed up throwing pants away and buyi them I really don't know much bout it but he kicked of all the time please anyone can give tips or help me coz I'm at my tent her nikkiView Thread
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