Children’s Hospice Week Starts 23rd May 2016

I know today is nearly over but it’s the first day of Children’s Hospice week so I wanted to say something. Being allowed to stay at a Children’s Hospice, is one of those things no-one wants to be eligible for. There are lots of these ‘clubs’, small groups of people that deep down we don’t want to be like or don’t want… Read more →

Disability Hack coat adaptation

Top 6 Disability Hacks

Life changes when you become a mum, even more so when your son has a disability. With any baby, normal run of the mill activities become calculated missions of precision and specialist equipment. Leaving the house takes two hours of planning and a boot-load of accessories. Going on holiday requires upsizing your car and is suddenly void of lie-ins. Everything… Read more →

Laundry pile

What if I had an IEP?

At the beginning of 2015, I wrote a blog about New Years and IEPs (Individual Education Plan), but it was never published, until now. ‘We celebrated this New Years Eve with our family cooking and sitting around a fire in the garden. New Years Day is a mark in the sand. It is a point from which I stop to reflect… Read more →


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