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Upsy Daisy

What contributes to overload for children with ASD?

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Thank you Upsy - that is massively helpful :1b

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Thank you Upsy - that is massively helpful :1b

 

You're welcome Sunnyday. I'm glad you think so.

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Thank you Upsy Daisy, I have e mailed a link to it to one of my ex parents whom I bumped into yesterday whose little boy is now in year 4 and having a tough time of it. School just don't seem to "get it" or are playing some kind of game with the family.

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Thanks. Very interesting!

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Thank you Upsy Daisy, I have e mailed a link to it to one of my ex parents whom I bumped into yesterday whose little boy is now in year 4 and having a tough time of it. School just don't seem to "get it" or are playing some kind of game with the family.

 

I hope it helps them Panders. It's sad when professionals seem determined not to listen.

 

There are lots more blog posts there that might be useful to them so I hope they read a few.

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