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respite for an adult

Carolwise
Carolwise Member Posts: 3
Hi thank you for letting me join, we have an 18 year old son with autism, adhd, odd, complex special needs and moderate to sever learning difficulties, he can be aggressive, he was getting respite on a regular basis but it stopped when he turned 18, he went to an adult centre once but was assaulted by another client and they admitted he was too 'high functioning' for them to cope with! So we are looking for respite facilities in or around the bucks, south bucks and surrounding areas, he has been approved for a budget under CHC funding and we are desperately trying to find a suitable placement, and he has said that he misses that time out too. 

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