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  • RhanHRhanH
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  • Hi, my daughter of 15 has a diagnosis of ASD & PDA - I’m currently hoping to find similar aged children & their parent(s) for her and myself to connect with, so we can all support each other as she currently knows nobody with PDA, this is one of the most difficult parts for her as she feels so isolated from her mainstream peers. We live in Cambridgeshire and travel to London too, so anyone wishing to connect remotely and maybe in person if goes well please get in touch. My daughter is a roller coaster most of the time but a very good friend and very high functioning. Happy to learn of local support groups too as nothing so far found!
  • Hi
    there is great information on the resources page of this site, which will point you in the direction of facebook support groups local to you. there is also an event in Cambridge at the start of august that might also be of interest. you can find out about it under the events section.

  • Rubytuesday
    Posts: 289
    Hi paradisedirect and welcome to the forum. I have a 14 year old girl with ASD/PDA and this combined with teenage hormones certainly makes for an interesting mix... Unfortunately we are a long way from you, but it might be worth having a look here to see if there are any local support groups:

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