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my son is now 11 years old but we have noticed he is different to other boys his age since he was about 5, he didnt do well in primary school struggling to concentrate on activities skipping from one thing to another, unable to make friends or keep them, as he got a little older he started lieing about everything making up whole stories sometimes, getting angry over the slightest little thing or crying when he gets stuck on homework, games, if you tell him off he sometime smerks or will just stare pass you like your not even there, we got a frs worker who thought he was autistic but the school refused to back us in the matter so we have tried to continue the best as possible with his behaviour getting steadily worse but the real concern is over the last 3 months he has started walking off from home and school each time brought back by police he has told us that he was going to see jasmine a girl he is obsessed with from primary school (she doesnt know he was meeting her) no matter how many times we told him she wouldnt be there he still wandered off to meet her, then he started feeling someone tapping him but noone was there he started turning and shouting at the noone to stop it and getting really angry his dad sat him down and had a chat and my son told him he had seen green and red alien arms coming out of the wall and that he is scared of his reflection in windows at night cause he thinks that his reflection is something pretending to be him waiting to get him. 2 days after this conversation the school phoned telling me that my son had gone to them saying he was hearing a voice telling him miss lessons, leave the country, to just go kill himself, after 2 hrs he said he couldnt stand them anymore and went to teacher to try make them stop since then he has had voices telling him to shutup, leave the house. there is a family history of schizophrenia (his aunt and grandad). he has a appointment at camhs on thursday. What can i expect from that initial appointment any advice would be appreciated as i am very worried about my son
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