Monthly Archives: June 2012

“Battle mode and the difficult parent”

Back in 1992, when G was two and a half years old I was looking for a nursery for him to go to. His elder sister started attending nursery when she was around the same age and I thought he … Continue reading

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lets get this party started!

I’ve just come back from the second day of a two day Person Centred Review training course. I’ve done a few PCP (Person Centred Planning) courses now and despite considering myself to be very person centred in my thinking I’ve … Continue reading

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Doctor knows best!

Over the last few months I’ve had a couple of friends tell me about the horrible experiences they’ve had when seeking medical help for their disabled kids.  It’s got me thinking about some of our experiences in the past with … Continue reading

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Rosa’s Crusade

Rosa Monckton is on a “crusade” it says so on her website . She’s on a crusade to help the poor families of children with “real learning disabilities” (not the fake ones she alludes to in her blog reading

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