#11
Posts: 25 | Threads: 3
Joined: Jan 2010
Reputation: 0

  • Registered
Thank you so, so much Daniel, for the first time in years I finally feel someone understands my situation.

Yes her health is suffering (as is ours as parents), she is petrified of the bath, she thrashes around which often results in Grand Mal seizures. So very scary when she turns blue and there is nothing you can do except administer rectal diazepam. Then she is covered in bruises from thrashing around. I have fallen downstairs three times due to my daughter panicking whilst being carried upstairs. It does not take much to be put of balance Sad

Goodness, if I am coming across as moaning I apologise profusely
#12
Posts: 7,906 | Threads: 3,211
Joined: Oct 2009
Reputation: 11

  • Administrators
No carry on,
we all need to let off some steam.
To be fair when i read stories it really does make me angry that we live in a country where we are supposed to be so great and we give so much money away in foreign aid etc,yet the govement are failing disabled children left right and centre!
Ill get digging tommorow morning for you.
Have a nice evening and try and get some rest.
Looking for sensory toys at affordable prices then look no further

Sensory toys for children with special needs CLICK HERE
#13
Posts: 25 | Threads: 3
Joined: Jan 2010
Reputation: 0

  • Registered
Thank you Daniel, I am heading off now. Tomorrow is another day Smile
#14
Posts: 25 | Threads: 3
Joined: Jan 2010
Reputation: 0

  • Registered
Hi everyone,

Just thought I would update on here. I am currently on hold with Disability Rights (as I type), I am having sleepless nights with all of this housing business. Hope you are all well?
#15
Posts: 7,906 | Threads: 3,211
Joined: Oct 2009
Reputation: 11

  • Administrators
How did you get on with Disability rights?
Looking for sensory toys at affordable prices then look no further

Sensory toys for children with special needs CLICK HERE


Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)