Long ago, when my both my boys were under three and I was still perfecting the art of smiling while drowning (lest anyone should think I couldn’t cope with motherhood), Son2 momentarily died. For more than a moment, but less … Keep Reading…
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- The pioneering STARS putting patients at the heart of healthcare
- How Sir Stelios is offering entrepreneurs with disabilities a chance for a £50k business boost
- SEND reforms: Transformation or Missed Opportunity?
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- Unfair, flawed and not joined up: Why fixing SEN funding matters. #CountMeIn
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- Living with Mr Worry – tips from a mum
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- A very special Learning Disability Nurse asks: Who Do You See?
- It’s Learning Disability week, let’s talk about the negative people we meet in the LD world
- A Right Not a Fight: why young people with learning difficulties are demonstrating for education equality
- SNJ Giveaway: Making speech, language and communication a burning issue
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