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Old Sep 17th 2017, 8:05 am
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Default Anyone moved with child on Autism Spectrum and knows of any good schools in Europe/AU

Hello, just joinef, have lived overseas and really loved it. Really miss it. Terribly broad q - I'm afraid
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Has anyone relocated to AUs /Europe with a child - Autism traits and does anyone have any experience of schooling overseas with special needs child.

Many thanks indeed, sorry again for such a broad q

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Old Sep 17th 2017, 12:25 pm
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Europe is a big place and quite diverse. Finland or Portugal ? Italy or Sweden ?
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Hello, just joinef, have lived overseas and really loved it. Really miss it. Terribly broad q - I'm afraid
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Has anyone relocated to AUs /Europe with a child - Autism traits and does anyone have any experience of schooling overseas with special needs child.

Many thanks indeed, sorry again for such a broad q

Cheers
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Do you qualify for a visa to Australia? If not, Europe it is.....
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Hello, just joinef, have lived overseas and really loved it. Really miss it. Terribly broad q - I'm afraid
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Has anyone relocated to AUs /Europe with a child - Autism traits and does anyone have any experience of schooling overseas with special needs child.

Many thanks indeed, sorry again for such a broad q

Cheers
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Difficult to get an Australian permanent visa with an autistic child. Assuming you qualify in other ways a consultation with a registered migration agent would be a good idea before investing hard cash.
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Europe after BREXIT ? Good luck with that one.
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Old Sep 18th 2017, 5:19 am
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Hello, just joinef, have lived overseas and really loved it. Really miss it. Terribly broad q - I'm afraid
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Has anyone relocated to AUs /Europe with a child - Autism traits and does anyone have any experience of schooling overseas with special needs child.

Many thanks indeed, sorry again for such a broad q

Cheers
xx
Hi and welcome to BE.

As this is really just a place to say hi and not so many people drop by , I would suggest asking in the Australia forum and also which Europe forum you prefer.

Posters in the respective forums will be able to perhaps tell you more about visa possibilities , schooling and the like.
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