Following the recent media interest in the #ChildTrustFundAccess campaign, which is shining the spotlight on the issue of families and carers with disabled children being able to access their Child Trust Fund, we interview Andrew and Jenny – parents of Mikey who turns eighteen shortly. Can you tell us a little bit about your son Mikey?
Our guest blog this week is from an amazing Mum who worked tirelessly to create a family-led supported living service for her disabled son. She hopes her story can help others do the same. My 23 year old son Ryan has complex needs, he has a very rare genetic disorder called Floating Harbor Syndrome, which
About the Family Ian and Debbie have three children; Ella who is 21 and works full time and no longer lives at home. Lucy who is 19, she has autism and learning difficulties. Lucy is at college and lives at home with her parents, she has fairly high care needs and receives Disability Living Allowance
Over the coming months we will be highlighting real families and their own unique situations surrounding planning for the future for their disabled and vulnerable children. We have changed the names of the family members, but each story is based on real clients we have assisted and covers some difficult problems. About this Family Susan
What would it feel like if someone told you that you that you weren’t able to make decisions for your child which you thought were in their best interest? Our Managing Director Philip Warford interviews Yvonne Milne, Founder and President of the charity Rett UK. Yvonne’s daughter Clare has Rett Syndrome, and we welcome Yvonne