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mum75
mum75 Community member Posts: 1 Listener
edited March 2019 in Families and carers
I am a parent of a child with asd. Because his dad and i live seperately we are classed as 2 seperate familys which means we have no support network here.  

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  • Adam_Alumni
    Adam_Alumni Scope alumni Posts: 163 Empowering
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    Hi @Mum 75

    Welcome!

    We are a very supportive community who share and offer advice to each other. Feel free to look around. We have lots of discussions that you may be interested including Autism and  Ask an ASD advisor

    I hope this helps!

  • [Deleted User]
    [Deleted User] Posts: 0 Contributor
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    Welcome to the community!

    My name is Emma and I am a Parent Adviser for the Scope Navigate service.  Navigate is a brand new service that provides a six week programme of online and telephone support to parents who have a child going through diagnosis or have a child who has recently been diagnosed with a disability. The aim is to provide parents with emotional and practical support that will help them build resilience as they start on their journey as a parent of a child with a disability or impairment. 

    I wondered if this may be of interest to you.  Please visit https://www.scope.org.uk/family-services/navigate or call 0808 801 0510

    Best Wishes.
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