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Life in our Bubble

Life in our Bubble: Weekend


It’s Saturday morning, early. My partner is sleeping after a period of wakefulness in the middle of the night. Our daughter is curled up in bed listening to audio stories. She’s been drifting in and out of sleep for a while but isn’t ready to get up yet.  I hear occasional chuckles emanate from her

LPA registration fee refunds – are you eligible?


  Did you make an LPA between 2013 and 2017? You could be due a refund on your registration fees If you registered a Power of Attorney in England or Wales between April 2013 and March 2017, you could be due a refund of up to £54.00 Those who paid a registration fee for a

Health care and Transition


When it comes to health care and transition, the process (and the age at which is begins) can vary enormously for families.  In this latest post in our blog series on Transition, parent Michelle outlines her personal experience of transition. What a difference a day makes Transition can be a difficult time for families of

Life in our Bubble

Life in our Bubble: Watering Can


Our daughter first sat independently when she was two-and-a-half. She took a few independent steps at around seven. She still needs help with walking but can take the initiative when it suits her and walk short distances in the house to get to where she wants to be. When we tell people how she was

What is Deprivation of Liberty?


In our previous blog, we discussed the Mental Capacity Act 2005 (MCA) and the issue of decision making on behalf of someone who may lack mental capacity to make decisions for themselves. Some of the biggest decisions that need to be made concern where a person lives, how they are cared for and any treatment