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Can anyone tell me anyone else it’s worth trying to talk to?
My daughter is autistic, and has had what I call opposites since around 6, probably before but her language was up to much before that, last year, my daughter then 16, we went to CAHMS I think it is called, after just one hour, where they asked me more than they spoke to her they said it’s not ODD, which I don’t think it is either, they said it’s behaviour based not mental we can’t help, no one has told who can help, I have done parenting course, traffic lights,123, which didn’t help. Can anyone tell me anyone else it’s worth trying to talk to. She’s 18 in November, other than this, behaviour she’s a smart cookie but she been put in lowest group purely on this problem and it’s so exasperate every time I google I get sent the odd route.
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