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(10-13-2009, 09:04 PM)starlights Wrote: Hi There.
I have 4 children the youngest has gross motor delays,hypotonia,hypermobile.
she is currently under a paediatrican at local hospital. a physio and ot and is due to see neuro at gosh.So still awaiting a diagonosis.
Look forward to hearing from people in similer position.(:

Hi Starlights
Can i ask who refered you to an ot. Also whhen are you due to see neuro.
Jo x
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(10-20-2009, 12:45 PM)Jo+3 Wrote:
(10-13-2009, 09:04 PM)starlights Wrote: Hi There.
I have 4 children the youngest has gross motor delays,hypotonia,hypermobile.
she is currently under a paediatrican at local hospital. a physio and ot and is due to see neuro at gosh.So still awaiting a diagonosis.
Look forward to hearing from people in similer position.(:

Hi Starlights
Can i ask who refered you to an ot. Also whhen are you due to see neuro.
Jo x
Hi Jo,
Hopefully starlights will be along shortly to offer more help.
I know in Birmingham you can refer yourself to the OT.Cool
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Hi Starlights
Can i ask who refered you to an ot. Also whhen are you due to see neuro.
Jo x
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Hi Jo,
sorry have only just noticed your post.
We got all our referals from the paediatican, and we are due to see the neuro next month at GOSH.
Do you have any follow up appointments?
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(10-20-2009, 01:25 PM)Daniel Wrote:
(10-20-2009, 12:45 PM)Jo+3 Wrote:
(10-13-2009, 09:04 PM)starlights Wrote: Hi There.
I have 4 children the youngest has gross motor delays,hypotonia,hypermobile.
she is currently under a paediatrican at local hospital. a physio and ot and is due to see neuro at gosh.So still awaiting a diagonosis.
Look forward to hearing from people in similer position.(:

Hi Starlights
Can i ask who refered you to an ot. Also whhen are you due to see neuro.
Jo x
Hi Jo,
Hopefully starlights will be along shortly to offer more help.
I know in Birmingham you can refer yourself to the OT.Cool
Hi can i ask who you would have to ask to see an ot or how you would refer yourself. Jo x
(10-20-2009, 08:26 PM)starlights Wrote: Hi Starlights
Can i ask who refered you to an ot. Also whhen are you due to see neuro.
Jo x


Hi Jo,
sorry have only just noticed your post.
We got all our referals from the paediatican, and we are due to see the neuro next month at GOSH.
Do you have any follow up appointments?
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Hi starlights,
Jack's waiting to have a lumber puncture. One day next week. Nevember he's seeing orphapeadics. December he's seeing Neuro at The Royal London. January he's seeing another neurologist. Bet you wished you hadn't asked.
Jo xx
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We contacted ot ourself, said we had a disabled child and needed a couple of adaptions. They took our name etc and we got a letter off them saying there is a 6 week wait but we would receive another letter with an appointment for someone to come out to our house and assess our needs!
We went through to Children's services through our main council telephone number
Lucy xx


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