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bopadavies
bopadavies Member Posts: 5 Listener
My son has asd adhd and spd not to mention loads of other issues. He has to have a ecg and echo as they belive there maybe a issue with his heart. We have tries both twice now and he could not complete either. He screamed as soon as anyone touches him and we have to physically hold him down. We have tried social stories, taking him up and showig machines and givibg him stickers to play with but still can not do it. Anyone been through the same and have any help or advice. Im at my wits end as we need to know whats going on. Tia x

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