“Saying ‘it’s a learning curve’ does not make anything acceptable.” An old Facebook post popped up on my screen, and as I read it, my head and heart were flooded with all the feelings from that time. Adam had been in school for two months. I am sharing this because analysis of government statistics by a… Continue reading “Pushed out” of school.
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!