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Posted 17/11/2009 12:55:34 PM


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Hi everyone,  I am a parent here on the north coast and involved in the area of this site for parents of children with ASD and it is a hive of activity.  Are we aprehensive or just too busy or not interested.

Here is my issue for today.  Lack of paediatrician options.  We can't get to see one until may 2010.  This is not good enough.  We need more here on the north coast.  I am not entirely happy with the choices I have to see a Paed.  I would like to see a female paed here.

Thanks, Zeeta.

Zeeta 27 NSW

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Posted 16/01/2010 10:30:49 AM


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I see there are a lot of people viewing the post and I check every couple of days to see if anyone has replied. 

Thanks.

Zeeta 27 NSW

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Posted 17/03/2010 12:38:56 AM
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Hi Zeeta,

with regards to a female paediatrician in this area I'm not sure if Jackie Andrews is still in Lismore. The NRAHS would probably know how to contact her if she is.

All the best,

C.
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Posted 18/03/2010 11:04:38 AM


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Thanks, I think she is with community health, correct me if I am wrong and I guess she would have limited numbers of clients she could see.

I have heard a few things (good) about her. 

It would be great to see a female here in the private sector.

Zeeta NSW

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Posted 6/04/2011 12:52:33 PM
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I have Hannah with Chris Ingall. He is lovely to her, and is a nice person. I chose him, as my other daughter had to see him for her type 1, so i could see what he was like before i put Hannah with him. He has helped us by doing the documents for her to gain the disability pension as well.
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Posted 16/05/2011 2:30:46 PM


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I finally got our two children in to see Dr David Meldrum.  He is amazing.  He sat and listened and is treating us with respect and supporting our family beyond expectations.  I can not speak highly enough of Dr Meldrum.

Zeeta 27 NSW
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Posted 12/03/2013 5:34:30 PM
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Yes :-) much to my relief Dr Jackie Andrews is still doing Paediatrics around Lismore,

As specialist usually GP referrals are needed, many find easier to be sent direct from your GP to Fax:
Community & Allied Health Richmond Network

Goonellabah Child and Family Health Centre http://nnswlhd.health.nsw.gov.au/about/community-health/goonellabah-child-and-family-health-centre/

Noted this facility not yet shown in new NHSD : http://nhsd.com.au/

The NHSD (National Health Services Directory) is operated by Healthdirect Australia on behalf of all Australian governments as a not-for-profit community resource.
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We've just launched a new website for the North Coast to help children with disabilities to be included in more activities. As you've probably experienced, kids with disabilities are often left out because parents of other kids don't want to do the wrong thing, so they don't include kids with disabilities at all! I just wanted to let you know that we are working to get support in your area. I'd love to know what you think of the site if you have a moment to spare!
http://all-in.com.au/
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