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The only thing I can say that in every area he has got worse. And his behaviours have become more apparent at school which was predicted by myself, but the panel chose to ignore this fact, the paed said that at school became more structured and less play oriented he would struggle and that is exactly what is happening.

Since the original claim we have seen a child pyschologist, been referred to an adhd specialist and been prescribed 2 different types of adhd meds-along with a diagnosis surely his must be enough toconvince them he needs more care than oher 6yr olds? I have to dress him, he soils himself daily and is in nappies at night. He is violent, verbally abusive, has no regards for his safety or road safety, makes constant noise, I cant take him in any shops, we cant go to restaurants or have days out. He touches us innapropriately, pulls his and my hair out and chews i, does not respond to my voice.

I find it slightly depressing that this might be perceived as acceptable or normal behaviour for a 6yr old?
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(04-25-2011, 08:20 AM)loussie2 Wrote: The only thing I can say that in every area he has got worse. And his behaviours have become more apparent at school which was predicted by myself, but the panel chose to ignore this fact, the paed said that at school became more structured and less play oriented he would struggle and that is exactly what is happening.

Since the original claim we have seen a child pyschologist, been referred to an adhd specialist and been prescribed 2 different types of adhd meds-along with a diagnosis surely his must be enough toconvince them he needs more care than oher 6yr olds? I have to dress him, he soils himself daily and is in nappies at night. He is violent, verbally abusive, has no regards for his safety or road safety, makes constant noise, I cant take him in any shops, we cant go to restaurants or have days out. He touches us innapropriately, pulls his and my hair out and chews i, does not respond to my voice.

I find it slightly depressing that this might be perceived as acceptable or normal behaviour for a 6yr old?
No dont worry im not saying it may be perceived as acceptable or normal behaviour.
What i saying is the panel needs to see the evidence of these behaviours and reports showing this.
Have you got all reports ready highlighting these behaviours?

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good luck hope all goes well
will anyone from CAB go with you
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(04-24-2011, 10:28 AM)loussie2 Wrote: Hi all

I have an oral hearing appeal on 18th may. I would really appreciate any advice or peoples experiences on the oral hearing process.

This dla claim/appeal/tribunal has been going on since Oct 09 and i really dont want to mess up at the hearing

Many thanks
Louise x

Hearing is tomorrow at 10am. I am really worried and nervous. Not a clue what to expect or what to say. I'm sure i'm going to blow it. Please would you be so kind as to keep your fingers crossed for me?

many thanks

Louise xx
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My fingers and toes are crossed. Lol Big hugs.
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