Torrets

Emma Louise - posted on 05/17/2015 ( 3 moms have responded )

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Hi there,my son was recently diagnosed with torrets this year as he was horribly bullied in a previous school it.only.last.3 weeks.but the effect that it's had on him is heartbreaking as he ticks vary and his moods can get low,just would like
some advice as can feel very lonely and hospital refers seem to take forever he is 7! Many thanks Emma.

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Jean - posted on 05/17/2015

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Emma- He will need to grow up, and the kids that felt this was funny should be called to the office, and explained what's going on with your son, explaining goes a long way- The person I care about is 55 yr., and he still has his issue, I don't care, so please somehow let your son grow, but at the same token those need to be educated.

Emma Louise - posted on 05/17/2015

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Well we moved schools and he has a one to one pastrol care worker he sees once a week, the school seem to help him but he had a bad day Friday where he said he felt embarrassed by his ticks as he had been hit in neck with a cricket ball whilst playing the game and as he fell he hit his head on a bench which he then said he ticking both facialy and grunting which then older kids started laughing my poor baby just wish I.could stay at school with him all.day.

Jean - posted on 05/17/2015

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Have you tried speaking with his school, sometimes when schools give education on certain issues that children may have it makes a big difference. Speak with school nurse, see if somehow she may be the one to educate the other students. I have someone in my church who has the same issues, and guess what, I like him very much. and don't know how to approach him, I done care if he has this issues, you see he's a very nice man. Good Luck

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