Hi- my name is Olivia and I am just looking for parents who are in my situation or have been that can offer advice. I have had a rocky past five years. I lost my first born to a chromozonal deletion. My eldest son has verbal Dysbraxia and SID but no diagnosis of autism has been given- it is not ruled out though. My middle son has just been diagnosed recently. The ped I saw was so discompassionate and condescending it made me feel like I was doing the wrong thing to try and get him diagnosed. He was awful and although I have suspected his troubles for a long time did not need to be dealt with so inhumanely. I feel very lost and alone. I am now very worried about my third son developing special needs too. Everything feels like it is getting on top of me- thanks for listening!
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