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If I could ask the service providers who have anything to do with disabled children one thing, it would be to not make us have to chase them up.
I am really not great this morning. Yesterday the car broke down.
One of the aspects of her disability that upsets my daughter more than most is the stares we get from other people.
If you have a baby born with a disability, then certain services kick in, eventually.
One thing that is more annoying that having to go to all the hospital appointments we have is actually getting the appointments in the first place.
Finally we have an appointment with the Ear, Nose and Throat Consultant. Though not at the Royal Berks, privately, at the Berkshire Independent.
When you have a small child who is not yet talking, it is vital that you keep the chat going.
Despite all the concessions, parking the car with a disabled person to think about is really not easy.
Today, I have nine people to chase. An average number, on an average day.
Right here in Wokingham there are families whose children are so severely disabled that they often feel they can't leave the house.