About 7 months, in fact, but nothing much has happened, so not a lot to blog about.
Well, that’s not quite true. Lots has happened around the assessments, as well as in life, but nothing that resulted in noticable forward movement.
Not too long after my last post, we were informed about the changes in assessment providers and things moved forward, as in lots of consent forms and other paperwork was sent out, completed and returned. Some, that could be emailed, was literally sent back within minutes of receiving forms. Most unusual for me!
After that flurry of excitement and anticipation everything went quiet again. Until today.
This morning I got fed up of sitting and waiting.
This morning I rang up and asked what was going on.
This morning I agreed to have the whole of Miles’ assessment done online.
I have now had emails regarding suitable appointment times and a couple of short questionnaires to complete.
I know that the initial appointment should take about 90 minutes, that there will be a couple of other ones, the second of which could be 3 hours long. Not looking forward to that one. Then there will be a meeting to decide if he meets ‘diagnostic criteria’ before we get diagnosis and/ or feedback.
Scott will have to wait a bit longer as he has to see someone face to face as he’s too young to do it all online. The lady I spoke to this morning wasn’t sure where he is on the waiting list, but she said she’d find out and let me know.
I’m not holding my breath.