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Sarah S
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Sarah S

Well-Known Member, Female, 49, from Sweden

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    Gender:
    Female
    Birthday:
    Jul 30, 1971 (Age: 49)
    Location:
    Sweden
    Occupation:
    Permanent disability
    Diagnosis Status:
    Autism (classic) - Officially Diagnosed
    I am Officially diagnosed with MULTIPLE Neuro Psychological & Learning disabilities diagnosis among others im diagnosed with originally

    MBD = Minimal brain damage (age 4 ) from birth due to SEVERE birth komplikations (with a Gazilion of the accompanying 100 + Co morbid diagnosis to this specific diagnose incl all of my later found diagnoses) , MULTIPLE Learning disabilities Incl. Dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia etc….

    later re diagnosed (as MBD was replaced to ADHD early 80 ´s ) with SEVERE ADHD ( with MULTIBLE Co morbid diagnosis)

    Diagnosed 1996 with added MILD Intellectual disability (only then as now i had above 70 IQ but still in the lower part of average IQ (i.e 80-90). SIGNIFICANTLY lower Executive & Adaptive funktions. I pass all criterias for diagnose. With DSM -V the assessment is not based as much on measured IQ, but is instead a combination of measured IQ and clinical assessment of functional level. While a specific full-scale IQ test score is no longer required for diagnosis, standardized testing is used as part of diagnosing the condition. A full scale IQ score of around 70 to 75 indicates a significant limitation in intellectual functioning. However, the IQ score must be interpreted in the context of the person’s difficulties in general mental abilities. Moreover, scores on subtests can vary considerably so that the full scale IQ score may not accurately reflect overall intellectual functioning.

    As well as later 2010 Severe ASD = ASD 3 = Autistic Spectrum Disorder. RAADS-R scale 166 . Aspie quiz 160, AQ 38. And MUTIBLE Co morbid diagnosis

    MANY undiscovered Co morbid diagnosis yet
    to be discovered and diagnosed according to my latest evaluation but in my case they have given up as they feel its not worth more time and effort in digging in all this (and i agree for me its alredy to late and ive learnt to live with all this and what's alredy broke is broke) .

    In short a SEVERELY broken soul and a HOOOWLING Lone wolf (not by choice)

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    Officially Diagnosed with MBD= Minimal brain damage. From Severe birth comlications + MANY co morbid diagnosis (AT 4). Later MBD was rediagnoced since MBD was removed & replaced as ADHD ) (in my case Severe) & MANY of the co morbid diagnosis (incl Multiple Learning disabilities (At 10)

    Mild Intellectual disability ( ID)
    (only then/now i had/have above 70 IQ but still in the lower part of average(i.e 80-90). I pass all criterias for diagnose (1996 )

    Severe ASD 3 (2010) . RAADS-R scale 166 .Aspie quiz 160 . AQ 38 &
    MANY of the co morbid diagnosis.