‘Sequence of Events’  Hurrah for paperwork and filing cabinets! (Blog #5)

I’ve been trying hard to remember the order in which everything happened during that first year of Ellie’s illness. So much went on that it’s all a bit of a blur to be honest.  Well, imagine the joy when I looked through the filing cabinet to find two files (‘Ellie Medical’ & ‘Ellie Food’) crammed full of paperwork including a typed up food diary and ‘Sequence of Events’ for the first year! Yay!

I’d genuinely forgotten all of the symptoms and pain Ellie had gone through and I’m so pleased that I documented it all.  I’d done this so I could confidently talk through what was happening with any consultants we saw. You know what it’s like – you’re face to face with the Doc and everything goes out of your head… until you’re on your way home!

So, here I attach a photo of the first ‘Sequence of Events’ and the food diary. I hope you can read it!

Until next time… love & hugs ❤

Author: Linda Meek

So, I've started a blog... mainly about everyday things... usually to do with Austism (Aspergers) and having a Tween with it. I'm blogging for me, as a form of therapy I suppose, but if I can help anyone out there, then that would be amazing. I'm a mother of two beautiful kids... who give a lot of joy and laughter and also drive me up the wall! Thank god for wine, that's all I can say!

One thought on “‘Sequence of Events’  Hurrah for paperwork and filing cabinets! (Blog #5)”

  1. Great blog! Similarly I’ve recently been experimenting with eliminating potatoes and other related vegetables (tomatoes, aubergine, peppers). There are some incredible accounts online about the positive effects of eliminating these items from the deadly nightshade family, particularly on children with autism. Have you looked into this?

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