Woman who says she has aspergers is kicked out of cinema for laughing too loud.

Parents can choose do assist the child , or play on it.

While at an ATR we had some insane specialist who would assess any problem recruits, and every single person referred to her was diagnosed with some form of dislexia or other. It was all down to learning difficulties - including the one who was unable to follow any order unless strictly supervised. He had dislexia too, he couldn't (after a considerable time in training and rehab) get dressed into the same uniform as everyone else, even with other recruits attempting to help him.

There are careers to be had assessing people, especially children, and diagnosing them.
Kapo.com are recruiting right now-service bring citizenship!
 

BigT

LE
You mean a bit like there are careers out there assessing, diagnosing and treating people for PTSD, heart disease & cancer? Fcuking shysters!

Yeh **** em their years of training, experience and poncy diagnostic tools what do they know, the country could save a fortune be getting rid of all these medical professionals and recruiting ARRSE members.
 
Yeh **** em their years of training, experience and poncy diagnostic tools what do they know, the country could save a fortune be getting rid of all these medical professionals and recruiting ARRSE members.


Medical professionals get taken for a ride all the time, go to a military med centre the day before an exercise or CFT and see how many people suddenly have an affliction.
 

BigT

LE
Medical professionals get taken for a ride all the time, go to a military med centre the day before an exercise or CFT and see how many people suddenly have an affliction.

I know how easy it is to con a GP, some of the crew I'm working with have more spinal issues than Stoke Mandeville and I've actually seen the line of dodgy limps but I don't remember anyone trying to bin an exercise by faking ASD which isn't diagnosed by a single practitioner but by multi disciplinary panel based on several separate reports from specialists. My son wasn't diagnosed until he was 15, at 13 he was referred to CAMHS who diagnosed him with depression and social anxiety they gave him antidepressants and CBT for 18 months that had absolutely no effect. He was then referred to the ASD Pathways Team, their assessment comprised multiple appointments and took three months before he was given his diagnosis.
 
I know how easy it is to con a GP, some of the crew I'm working with have more spinal issues than Stoke Mandeville and I've actually seen the line of dodgy limps but I don't remember anyone trying to bin an exercise by faking ASD which isn't diagnosed by a single practitioner but by multi disciplinary panel based on several separate reports from specialists. My son wasn't diagnosed until he was 15, at 13 he was referred to CAMHS who diagnosed him with depression and social anxiety they gave him antidepressants and CBT for 18 months that had absolutely no effect. He was then referred to the ASD Pathways Team, their assessment comprised multiple appointments and took three months before he was given his diagnosis.

When I was a pads brat I remember a kid who had something similar to ADHD (Im sure it was called something else in the 80s) but he only ever suffered it when he was at school or with his parents, when he hung around with us he got a punch in the face for acting like a ****, amazingly either we found the cure or he didnt have a problem in the first place.

Having been involved with several cases with the DCMH I bloody well know some of these highly trained doctors with years of experience dont know their arse from their elbow.
 
When I was a pads brat I remember a kid who had something similar to ADHD (Im sure it was called something else in the 80s) but he only ever suffered it when he was at school or with his parents, when he hung around with us he got a punch in the face for acting like a ****, amazingly either we found the cure or he didnt have a problem in the first place.

Having been involved with several cases with the DCMH I bloody well know some of these highly trained doctors with years of experience dont know their arse from their elbow.

Aye, all they need is a good slap

 
Parents can choose do assist the child , or play on it.

While at an ATR we had some insane specialist who would assess any problem recruits, and every single person referred to her was diagnosed with some form of dislexia or other. It was all down to learning difficulties - including the one who was unable to follow any order unless strictly supervised. He had dislexia too, he couldn't (after a considerable time in training and rehab) get dressed into the same uniform as everyone else, even with other recruits attempting to help him.

So, what rank is this lad now? Surely he must have been picked up for accelerated promotion.
 

theoriginalphantom

MIA
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You mean a bit like there are careers out there assessing, diagnosing and treating people for PTSD, heart disease & cancer? Fcuking shysters!

there are plenty of fake charities and treatments for all of those, however I'm not stating that all those diagnosed with a condition are fake, just that there are too many on the bandwagon. Every person who had any kind of discipline issue also happened to have dyslexia/arrseburgers etc.
Plenty of recruits arrived with known dyslexia and managed to carry on without it being an issue. The intelligent ones had coping strategies and used them, it just happened that the pillocks wouldn't use them and fell back on the 'it's me dyslexia innit' defence (and then spent a lot of time running around the back field shouting 'I must make shite excuses'

So, what rank is this lad now? Surely he must have been picked up for accelerated promotion.

Probably running the Army by now
 

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