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New diagnosis or rather Freudian slip
  • We had a letter from the school SENCO this week which referred to our son's "Pathological Demand Disruptive Syndrome"...
  • Amanda
    Posts: 281
    :shock:
  • Pamela
    Posts: 205
    WoW. Thats a new one on me! Is it any wonder some people do not take the diagnosis seriously!
  • webbwebb
    Posts: 2,551
    Hi

    I would love to be a fly on the wall when you talk to her about her little error!
    Paula
  • funkymamu
    Posts: 24
    S's EP called it PDSA which is the Peoples Dispensary for Sick Animals :shock:
  • Ooops!
    Good to know that the 'professionals' are totally clued up on what they are talking about.
    Gives me so much confidence.....(not)
  • Exactly and i think the professionals need to do more in regards to the family of autistic disorders.

    Bambi x
  • Know what really annoys me though?
    THAT look and grin that you get from some (and I can't say who) 'professionals' that is a 'laugh at' not a 'laugh with' kinda look.
    They are generally the ones who then have to refer to their notes to remind themselves of the name of the condition we are talking about.....I KNOW they are busy people but it doesn't make me feel full of confidence.... :x
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