Courtesy of social media and that mum guilt that is instilled in us all from the very second our children are born (gotta love it); I don’t doubt that there are many mums out there…

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The realisation of how valuable speech is has been brought home to me in a new way recently as our nearly two year old daughter, Sydney, is a complete chatterbox. “Drink” she proclaims. “Sore” she…

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10-12th March 2017 marks Disabled Access Day in the UK and whilst it’s a great opportunity to shout about all the great accessible places that we know and love, it also gives us a platform…

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As  Brody gets older, his disabilities become more visible to those around us  – wearing nappies, sometimes dribbling, noises instead of words, his cognitive ability and movements.   And of course there is his wheelchair.…

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There are so many simple things that you are all too aware can be taken for granted when you’re a parent to a child with disabilities. Just one of them is being able to support…

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