A New Chapter In Our Lives

September is approaching and I desperately want to avoid it. Searching for uniforms small enough to fit brings a lump in my throat. Every time I think of September, I feel sick. I imagine kissing you goodbye at our front door, the safety of our home. Watching strangers drive away with you, strangers I have to trust and who are…

Share:

2 important ways to Embrace & support your special needs child

I wholeheartedly love my children, Olivia and Sofiya are my entire world. It goes without saying I wish things could be slightly different, I wish they could have a “normal” sibling relationship. It’s so easy to compare my girls and our lives with others, looking at the outward appearance, behaviours and the developmental skills (or lack thereof) rather than looking…

Share:

Oral healthcare The complete beginners guide when your child’s disabled.

When your child is disabled or has sensory issues oral health care can be extremely difficult. Some people with cerebral palsy will struggle with oral hygiene for many factors. Struggling to clean teeth regularly, having difficulties eating or swallowing can play a huge part. Even having behavioural problems caused by not being able to communicate. Have you ever brushed your…

Share:

Campaigning for important changes! #ChangingPlaces

Because of my daughter I see the world through different eyes, she does not speak but she has plenty to say. I am her support. I am her voice. Together we can help make a change. My daughter Olivia is 5 due to complications at birth she suffers from a neurological disorder known as Periventricular leukomalacia, more commonly known –…

Share: