Jeri

Jeri

Female / 12 years & 1 month

Jeri’s Journey

Share the first part of Jeri's story for readers on Sleuth! When and why did you start to feel concerned?

Easily distracted. Learning issues

What was your experience, if any, seeking a diagnosis or treatment?

Very difficult to find the right specialist while fighting for services at school

Do you have any other thoughts or advice you would like to share from this experience?

Jeri's parent hasn't answered this question yet.

Timeline

Below is a timeline of Jeri’s observed symptoms, diagnosed conditions, and treatments and therapies.

Jeri’s Notes

Signs & Symptoms

2020

Learning Disability

Sign or Symptom
At 5 years
Severe

Ongoing Symptom

Observed at 5 years

Frequency: 18's parent isn't sure

Severe

Easily distractable

Sign or Symptom
At 5 years
Parent isn't sure

Ongoing Symptom

Observed at 5 years

Frequency: 18's parent isn't sure

Severity: 18's parent isn't sure

ADHD

Sign or Symptom
At 5 years
Parent isn't sure

Ongoing Symptom

Observed at 5 years

Frequency: 18's parent isn't sure

Severity: 18's parent isn't sure

Diagnoses & Conditions

2020

Learning disable

Condition or Diagnosis
At 5 years
Confident

Condition

Diagnosed at 5 years

Confident

ADHD / ADD

Condition or Diagnosis
At birth
Confident

Condition

Diagnosed at birth

Confident

Treatments

2020

School accomodations

Treatment or Therapy
At 5 years
Parent isn't sure

Ongoing Treatment

Began at 5 years

Helpfullness: 18's parent isn't sure

Doctors

2020

Pediatrician

Specialist
South nassau hospital
Neutrally

Specialist

South nassau hospital

Neutrally

Teachers

Specialist
Parent isn't sure

Specialist

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