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Mrs Rocket Posts: 1824
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winterbride09 Posts: 3
Hi - I have a stepson who is 11 and autistic . I would recommend trying homeopathy as I know that it is fantastic . My stepson has responded amazingly to homeopathy over the last few years - he never throws tantrums now, all of his functioning has improved - alot of his fears diminished. Try the Irish Society of Homeopaths website for recommendation of a practitioner near you.
charliesangel Posts: 2106
do you work in a school do you have a sensory room or any thing
Mrs Rocket Posts: 1824
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charliesangel Posts: 2106
i no i work as a sna its tough work much worse than people give credit for
Mrs Rocket Posts: 1824
I too am an sna and also a home supoort worker so kept very busy between the two!!!
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charliesangel Posts: 2106
whats a home support worker i never heard of it
Mrs Rocket Posts: 1824
A home support worker work for a organisation in the home with a special needs child who does not go to school. I go after school for a few hours to give the parents a break.
charliesangel Posts: 2106
thats great any idea how you get in to that work. id say its hard doing both jobs but so rewarding
Mrs Rocket Posts: 1824
If there is an organisation in your local community that deals with speical needs adults/children like cope there in Kerry/Cork area contact them. Your local district nurse might have a better idea as she/he would call to parents. It is rewarding and very hard. If I have a bad day at school I cant go home and destress like today I did have a bad day then went to my little boy where he tried headbanging me,the table,kicking me in the face,kicking me and o ya hitting me.... O:| O:| O:| O:| O:| My head is opening!!!!!Is it friday yet??????