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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It’s an awful thing to admit, but if I’m honest sometimes I feel like I’m a stuck at home mum – not a stay at home one. Because when it comes to doing anything with…

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What’s in a word? Words can be powerful. They can bring joy. One word can change someone’s day – life even. But in the same speed in which they can bring happiness, they can also…

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When you’re a parent – particularly one to a child with disabilities – you go through ups and downs. Good patches and bad ones. Sometimes you coast along in cruise control and you feel like…

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School is not a subject I find easy to talk about – and my son Brody doesn’t even go yet. He’s 4 and a half years old and should have started this new school year,…

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