After getting no sleep all last night due to poorly children and having a hospital appointment to go to today, today I was powered by caffeine. I love coke but too much makes my stomach play up but today I NEEDED it to make it through the day! I am just about still awake but have a killer headache from the exhaustion.
So after being sick 7 times in the night Evie woke up this morning feeling better and hungry. She managed to eat a bit today and drink and has kept it down. She still is bit tired and looks pale but at least she is better - fingers crossed! So Evie is better and Lillie gets home from school feeling poorly with a slight temp and a headache. I have dosed her up with calpol and sent her to bed with fingers crossed she manages to fight the germs off.
So tomorrow afternoon Evie is supposed to be having her Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS). This will help to assess whether she has Autism/Aspergers.
Aspergers Cats Video
The ADOS consists of 4 modules requiring 35-40 minutes to administer. However they are only assessed on one module which is best matched to their language level and chronological age. Modules 1 and 2 require the test user and child to move around the room whereas 3 and 4 can be administered at a table. Activities for each module has the following activities: