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I Mala Thapar give my consent to ACTION 4 SEND to share my story publicly online for the benefit of shared understanding. I agree to the terms of conditions set by Action 4 send for the benefit of my personal data and that Action 4 SEND are GPDR compliant. I believe that my shared content...
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We moved back to the UK from Bermuda in 2008 following the kids’ diagnosis of Fragile X Syndrome, which is a genetic condition that affects the protein on the X chromosome. It results in mild to severe learning difficulties and autism.  For more information about FXS, you can go to www.fragilex.org.uk.  They (a boy and...
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My child’s attendance has been deteriorating over the last 2 years, until this month when we are at crisis point.  As a parent we are getting little support, despite school, social care, CAHMS, and pediatricians having involvement and being aware of her rapid deterioration in attendance. I want my child to be in school but...
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I Lorraine Madden give my consent to ACTION 4 SEND to share my story publicly online for the benefit of shared understanding. I agree to the terms of conditions set by Action 4 send for the benefit of my personal data and that Action 4 SEND are GPDR compliant. I believe that my shared content...
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We, Katherine & Steve Watts, do hereby give consent to Action 4 SEND to share our story below publicly for the benefit of others and all information herein is accurate. This story spans 13 years from 2007 until the present day (January 2020) and instead of the kids’ names they are mentioned by their first...
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I, Bobbi Elman, give my consent to ACTION 4 SEND to share my story publicly online for the benefit of shared understanding. I agree to the terms of conditions set by Action 4 send for the benefit of my personal data, and that Action 4 SEND are GPDR compliant. I believe that my shared content...
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We started on the autism path when my son was 4. They said he had many traits but not enough for a diagnosis. Schools lied about his behaviour in school, but other parents told me what their kids witnessed my son doing. I was my sons punching bag. He couldnt cope with anything, as he...
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I Okha give my consent to ACTION 4 SEND to share my story publicly online for the benefit of shared understanding. I agree to the terms of conditions set by Action 4 send for the benefit of my personal data and that Action 4 SEND are GPDR compliant. I believe that my shared content is...
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I (Ellen Sinclair) give my consent to ACTION 4 SEND to share my story publicly online for the benefit of shared understanding. I agree to the terms of conditions set by Action 4 send for the benefit of my personal data and that Action 4 SEND are GPDR compliant. I believe that my shared content...
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I Dan Stubbs give my consent to ACTION 4 SEND to share my story publicly online for the benefit of shared understanding. I agree to the terms of conditions set by Action 4 send for the benefit of my personal data and that Action 4 SEND are GPDR compliant. I believe that my shared content...
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