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separation anxieties and help for my son

jaxs Member Posts: 13 Listener
edited September 2018 in PIP, DLA, and AA
my son shows signs of autism and i have been told off 3 professional people to get him tested ,,a year an a half ago he was tested they said he was borderline autism and had separate anxieties ,,
when he was 7 he lost his hair and was severely bullied from teachers and other peers he ended up with a special needs statement and was put in special school
hes now 23 and never leaves the house he was getting dla but assessed for PIP on saturday i know it went horribly wrong he suffers severe depression and has tryed to take his own life i have been every where for help ,, he had a social worker a year and half ago but all he kept saying was get ur shoes on and go get a job .. im at my wits end  can anyone advise what i can do to help him next ,,



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