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<t>thank you audrey.<br/> <br/> i would be glad of an explanation from Scully. i am aware that both Scully and i have a son/daughter with LD, but i suspect they are both at the different ends of the huge spectrum. however, i admire and respect what his son has achieved, but i am also hugely pround a...
<t>thank you for your support ladybird.<br/> <br/> i actually feel extremelly proud with what i do for my daughter, its what she loves and needs, whats wrong with that?? i challenge you scully to have her for a weekend and see how you get on taking her to the theatre, or some other adult thing, like...
i have just read your post again Scully and i am so so angry. i can assure you if i took my daughter to the theatre, everybody else would eventually leave because they would not hear too much of what was going on.
so so angry with you.
<t>i take my 45 year old daughter to a swing park because its her favourite thing to do. how dare you judge what i do with my daughter scully, i work on the theory that she does what she enjoys and is not made to do things that she does not enjoy just because they are 'adult' things.<br/> <br/> what...
sad but probably true, but i feel we should not give up the hope that everyone feels comfortable and accepts everybody one day. we are all different, just some more than others.

pam x
<t>yes i can empathise with what you said ladybird.<br/> <br/> but although the swing park was next door to the school, it was a park for everybody, not just special needs, and the other children in there did not (or appeard not) to have special needs. i just feel that if children were encouraged to...
<t>not on the grand scale admittidly. I took my daughter who is now 45 yrs old and has a severe learning disability which is very obvious by the way she walks and the loud sounds she makes to a swing park. first time we had visited this park, it is next door to a special needs school and they have a...
<t>i found it very helpful and would recommend anyone to give it a try.<br/> its hard work, or was for me and no quick fix, but it made a huge difference to me. yes, you do go home to same problems but somehow getting it all out into the open (so to speak) i found lifts a great weight off your shoul...
<t>hi<br/> sometime ago now we needed to move to a bungalow because of our daughters needs.<br/> <br/> we went to see the mortgage advisor at Halifax and they did take into account the benefits our daughter received so that we could achieve the maximum amount of mortgage that we needed.<br/> why not...
<t>hi val, thats absolutely great that your mum has agreed to have carers come into her home to help her and i don't want to be negative, but..........<br/> my mum finally agreed to have help come into her home when she was due to come out of hospital, just once a day in the morning, but i felt that...