You may read this and wonder what a weird question! That’s ok but I thought it was important for other carers to be assured that any question they ask themselves after a diagnosis are all perfectly normal….
Given that this week is Anti-Bullying week, November 11th – 15th I thought I would write a post to help children avoid bullying from both sides; becoming a bully and being bullied. ….
My blogging journey is all about educating people about Down Syndrome and I thought what an effective way of doing this was to create a simple A-Z to parents from parents who are raising a child with Down Syndrome. …
Inclusion in the High Street, does it exist?
In years gone by where many people with Down Syndrome have not been recognised for their attributes, their personality or their uniqueness;
I wondered how I was going to write this blog as it is something that is extremely personal to me and I’ll explain why as we go, but I didn’t want it to come across as controversial….
Self Care, what is that I hear you say? Well let’s talk about why self care is important and those little activities that you can…..
Are you a first time parent to a child with Down Syndrome? You may have known about the diagnosis during your pregnancy or found out afterwards, like I did….either way…..
Are you a carer, do you know what you are entitled to as a carer? Not sure, then stay with me and read on.
After having my daughter Ellie I was suddenly surrounded by a lot of outdated facts, myths and sterotypes of Down’s Syndrome