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And another i have in the black book is the:

http://www.bromleyautistictrust.co.uk

They are very highly recomended
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Lou have you found anywhere?
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(12-04-2009, 07:39 PM)Daniel Wrote: And another i have in the black book is the:

http://www.bromleyautistictrust.co.uk

They are very highly recomended

thanks for the help Daniel. I have been in contact with bromley autistic society but to be honest they have been no help at all and they know this has been going on for over a year now. I was very surprised as they have only had a few quick things to say over the phone and not been help at all with this matter.

And Bessie, my sis said she would come but she gets more tongue tied than me lol - what a pair we will be!

Absolutely dreading it now.
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Try the other people i said and you are aware you can postpone the tribunal if required to allow for the other person to come along?
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Hi everyone,

I have decided to take my sister. I cannot bear the thought of this dragging out any longer to be honest. I feel my son fits all the criteria and I am the one that knows my son best. Just hope that I will be able to explain it to the best of my ability on the day.

Does anyone know how the tribunals are?? What happens etc.

I am very nervous but want it over and done with.

Many thanks xx


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