F.E.A.S.T's Around The Dinner Table forum

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Blommie
We will be hosting another support group in Kingston on the 17th of March from 10.30-12.30.

Let me know if you are able to join us for coffee, cake and tissues for those that need them.

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Tanya
D officially diagnosed April 2014 at age 13 after being hospitalised on a medical ward due to severe restriction. Been refeeding at home, doing FBT through CAMHS. Living life moment by moment
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hyacinth
I'd really like to join - hoping I can take some time off work that day.
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admum
Hope to be able to make it
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hopeful_mum
I won't be able to join you this time. But I'm sending my best wishes to everyone.
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tryingmybest
I would like to come to this?
Where is it?
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Blommie
Hi tryingmybest, it would be lovely to meet you. We will be meeting from 1030 at
The Hub

38 Surbiton Road

 Kingston upon Thames

 KT1 2HX

There is lots of parking on the roads around the Hub but all are pay and display so make sure you have Ringo or change for the machines. I will PM you my contact details too.
Tanya
D officially diagnosed April 2014 at age 13 after being hospitalised on a medical ward due to severe restriction. Been refeeding at home, doing FBT through CAMHS. Living life moment by moment
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happiness
Hello, I am new to the forum and have just joined. i live close to Kingston and would love to have a support group. How often do you meet and where and what do you do?
Thanks!
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Blommie
Hi Happiness, I will PM you my contact details. This will be the 2nd time we are meeting and we spend time drinking coffee, eating cake and talking about our stories. Some of us are further down the road and so can answer questions about what has worked and what has not worked. Also, we chat about the local services and support. It is just a chance to meet in person and support each other. It would be great if you could join us.
Tanya
D officially diagnosed April 2014 at age 13 after being hospitalised on a medical ward due to severe restriction. Been refeeding at home, doing FBT through CAMHS. Living life moment by moment
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Blommie
I am bumping this post up so that anybody that is local to Kingston, UK and wants to come and spend a couple of hours with us this Thursday can see the details. We would love yo see you- there will be cake and coffee and tissues [smile]
D officially diagnosed April 2014 at age 13 after being hospitalised on a medical ward due to severe restriction. Been refeeding at home, doing FBT through CAMHS. Living life moment by moment
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Bottle
Oh I'd completely missed the post! I don't think i can come this time-i'll let you know ifi can sort lunch cover and then I'll come!
Bottle
D2 RAN as part of Pervasive Refusal Syndrome with a history of not walking for a year and being non verbal for a short while too. Considered to be Aspergers by everyone that has worked with her and by us but still awaiting a diagnosis that'll help us access support services she needs.
D1 recovered RAN and D3 doing pretty well considering the mayhem around here!
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Blommie
Looking forward to seeing you all tomorrow.
Tanya
D officially diagnosed April 2014 at age 13 after being hospitalised on a medical ward due to severe restriction. Been refeeding at home, doing FBT through CAMHS. Living life moment by moment
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