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Old Oct 23rd 2018, 5:58 am
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Hello Guys
My little one is 2 years old and she has spasticity in her legs
She started sitting at the age of 15 months and independant walking at the age of months.
We have applied for Aus PR and below is our case
Points - 80
Applied for 189

We went for our medicals and doctors said it is cerebral palsy
The BUPa asked for development assessment report for my child
We have submitted the same [ The report writes good thing about my little one, like she speaks 3 sentence meaningful words, good eye contact, understands commands however under rating they have mentioned delay in some areas and average in others]

Now the current status is BUPA has assessed the case and it says
Health Assessed - Wait for further advice from the department.

Any one else faced the same situation
What is the expected outcome.

Please suggest.
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Old Oct 23rd 2018, 8:00 am
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Hello Guys
My little one is 2 years old and she has spasticity in her legs
She started sitting at the age of 15 months and independant walking at the age of months.
We have applied for Aus PR and below is our case
Points - 80
Applied for 189

We went for our medicals and doctors said it is cerebral palsy
The BUPa asked for development assessment report for my child
We have submitted the same [ The report writes good thing about my little one, like she speaks 3 sentence meaningful words, good eye contact, understands commands however under rating they have mentioned delay in some areas and average in others]

Now the current status is BUPA has assessed the case and it says
Health Assessed - Wait for further advice from the department.

Any one else faced the same situation
What is the expected outcome.

Please suggest.
There is nothing you can do except wait. All cases are individual, especially where medical issues are involved and even if someone else has been through this with a child diagnosed with cerebral palsy, the finer details will be different from your own case.
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Default Re: 2 Year Child - Mild CP Australia PR Medical

Thankyou for your reply?
Do you have seen people with similar experience ?
What was their result.
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Thankyou for your reply?
Do you have seen people with similar experience ?
What was their result.
I do know someone with a child with cerebral palsy but they emigrated several years ago and I have no idea of the severity of their child's actual condition, either now or when they migrated.
All I do know, from years on forums, is that your child's case is unique and no matter how many comparisons are made they will not answer the question of whether the visa will be granted or not.
You will just have to wait.
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Anyone in the same situation ?
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More experience people please share your comments.
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Hi Noopur. I know it's an anxious wait for you, but unfortunately no one can possibly tell you what the likely outcome of your child's health assessment will be. As Pollyanna said, every health condition and how it affects every individual child is different. I'm sorry, but you really don't have any option other than to wait for the result. Best of luck.
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Hi I know people cant predict the outcome
I am just looking forward to people who has faced similar situation and what was their outcome
Also, how long does case officer took to reply
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Hi I know people cant predict the outcome
I am just looking forward to people who has faced similar situation and what was their outcome
Also, how long does case officer took to reply
There really is no point in asking as all cases are considered undividually because the needs of rack child are different. The only thing you can do is wait - hope for the best, expect the worst and take what comes. Trying to second guess a decision is only going to lead you to more angst.
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