dr-srinivas-gada

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Written by a carer at The Manor Hospital, Oxford
30th March 2020

Dr Gada was extremely warm and kind and thorough. It was clear he had spent time reading through all the reports we had completed prior to our daughter's appointment and used this information to guide our discussions. Our appointment was not rushed, he took time to involve our daughter in the process whilst also asking us our concerns as her parents. I would highly recommend this doctor to others who have struggled to find appropriate care within the NHS.

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Written by a carer at The Manor Hospital, Oxford
17th March 2020

We visited Dr Gada with our 3 year old, and he was very good with her. He was able to get her to respond well and participate as much as possible in the examination. The report provided was very concise and she received a great level of care, he also took time to read the other reports from various care providers. He was also very helpful when it came to sorting out an issue with our insurance provider, which made things easier for us.

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Written by a carer at The Manor Hospital, Oxford
16th March 2020

Excellent service Dr Gada is very experienced and made my child feel at ease during the whole assessment. Highly revommend to other parents.

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Written by a carer at The Manor Hospital, Oxford
6th March 2020

Dr Gada was absolutely amazing. We were seen on time. He spent a long time with my son and was very interested in our background, his birth, our home situation, school etc. He did numerous tests and we had a good rapport and Dr Gada was very calm and polite. He answered all my questions and he gave me a good understanding of what the situation was with my son. He took lots of notes and was very attentive to my son, noticing situations that I had mentioned. I could not be happier with the care attention my son received. I had a full detailed report emailed to me and sent by post of our meeting and it was exactly what I had expected. Clear and easy to understand what I am facing and the next steps for me to take. I would recommend Dr Gada to anyone. Thank you Dr Gada for your time and patience. Pippa Theodoulou (Oli)

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Written by a carer at The Manor Hospital, Oxford
1st March 2020

We took our 11 year old son to see Dr Gada in Oxford from Wales. He had previously had intensive input from many NHS & Educational professionals, but no in one was able to say what the root cause of his challenging behaviour was. ASD and ADHD had been ruled out by them. School staff only viewed him as a naughty child who chose to behave the way he did and he was on the verge of being excluded from school on a permanent basis. Our GP refused to refer him for an Occupational Therapist assessment for his sensory issues, so we had no choice but to get him assessed privately. This highlighted his severe sensory processing difficulties and then we needed a paediatrician to diagnose his issues. We were extremely lucky to find Dr Gada after an extensive internet search to try and find the exact right person for our son to see. Dr Gada fully met that criteria for us. Right from the first phone call to his knowledgeable secretaries everything was easy. There was no hassle when we said if would be difficult for us to get a GP referral and we were advised to send over any documents we had for Dr Gada to review and then he would inform us if he felt he was the right person for our son. Within two days after reviewing well over 40 separate documents, Dr Gada invited us for an appointment to confirm or exclude ASD. This surprised us as we had already been told it was not ASD. When travelling up to the appointment, we just didn’t know what to expect, but going on all the testimonials of Dr Gada being lovely & welcoming helped ease our concerns. When we finally met he put us at ease straight away, coming out to the waiting area to find us and invite us in to his office. The consultation was very relaxed for the whole duration and our son was kept at the focus of everything. Not only did Dr Gada confirm and diagnose that our son has ASD he explained to us how he knew that information and demonstrated to us the evidence in a way that we were able to completely understand. The relief was immediate and overwhelming. After wondering and waiting for the past 6 years and being passed from NHS professional to Educational ones, we now knew how to help our son. We were asked by Dr Gada why we had waited so long to get help and it was because we had been advised that we had no choice but to wait as we had been wrongly informed that a private diagnosis would not be recognised in our area. So far it has not been challenged, but Dr Gada has encouraged us to ask anyone who challenges his diagnosis to call him directly, this was very reassuring and took the onus from us trying to explain and justify his decision. To say that we are grateful and thankful to Dr Gada would be a huge understatement, I only wish we had gone with our ‘gut feeling’ when we first knew something wasn’t right and seen him then. I would strongly encourage others in our position to act upon your parental instincts and just see Dr Gada as soon as you’re able to, don’t wait and don’t be fobbed off. We are now entering a new chapter of our sons life in a way where we are able to help him fully and try to reduce his fears and anxieties confidently thanks to Dr Gada’s help.

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Profile

Sri is a seasoned Consultant in Paediatric Neurodisability, with over 20 years of experience. He is a specialist in assessment of: ASD, ADHD, Dyspraxia, Intellectual disability, Developmental delay, SEN and Motor Impairments. Now, practising in an Independent Neurodisability Practice at Oxford Centre for Neurodevelopment and at Manor Hospital in Oxford. He also undertakes Medico-legal work. Previously, he has worked as a Consultant Neurodisability Paediatrician at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, for over 13 years. Sri has worn many hats over the past 2 amazing decades. He has served as a Educational Supervisor (13y), Clinical Supervisor (14y), Consultant Appraiser (12y+), Clinical Governance Lead (10y), Child Development Team Lead (13y+), Down Syndrome Service Lead (6y+). Some of his key achievements: - He has delivered care to over 20,000 children with complex needs, working closely with members of the multi-disciplinary team. - Sri has supervised dozens of doctors. Over a dozen of whom are now working in NHS as consultants. - He edited, the ‘Oxford Handbook of Community Paediatrics’, published by Oxford University Press. This book is sold worldwide. This has been the foremost book in his field of practice since 2012. - As a Course Director, he conducted annual 5-day child development courses at Wolfson College Oxford. He has trained paediatricians from over 20 countries. - University of Oxford awarded him with a ‘Hon Senior Clinical Lecturer’ in 2007. - Sri started various clinical services in Oxford e.g. Transition Clinic, Joint-CAMHS clinic, Dyslexia Screening. Presented my work at International Conferences. - His work covered on BBC Radio, TV and local papers. - Sri was awarded 3 Clinical Excellence Awards by Oxford University Hospitals. Sri loves running. He has fundraised over £10,000 for charities by running half/full marathons over the past decade. To him, there is nothing greater than assessing children with special needs, diagnosing their disability, empowering and enabling them with a treatment plan. He believes that this a fantastic process and he feels blessed to participate in. Get in touch if there is an opportunity for him to assess and enable a child. www.ocnd.co.uk.

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