As I set out with Alfie each “Oh, who’s your friend” I received was cheerfully greeted with an explanation of who Alfie was and what his needs are. By day two of travelling I’d grown tired of repeating it all. BY DAY TWO. By day three I didn’t have the heart to say it anymore.… Continue reading My journey with Alfie.
Before my disabled son came into my life I was blissfully unaware of all the difficulties some parents have in getting their children’s needs met. I assumed that the right wheelchairs were provided when needed. I assumed that the right school places were available. I assumed therapy needs were met. Then along came Adam! You might… Continue reading EHCPs – our reality!