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Thank you for that. I'm going to sound stupid now but how do I get in contact with my local LEA?
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Hi, I rang the parent partnership and they started mine for my son, you could see if they have one in your area, they will either help you fill out your bit by phone or will come and see you to do it. They will ask you who is involved with your son and then they fill out the forms and send them to you to sign and send back, school will have to fill them out quite quickly as they only have a set time to do this. I have 2 sons with fragile x so if there's anything you want to know I'll try to answer. x
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what council do you/the school come under? i'll get you the number Smile
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Nicky, How long does it take from having the test to getting the results?
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Hi, it took 3months each with my 2, but it just depends who you get and what area you are. My sister just got her little girl tested and it took 6wks and she lives in the same area as me, also I've heard from someone that they wait for a few samples to be tested at the same time to save money but I don't know how true this is. Sorry can't help more.


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