My son was the one that had the special privilege of spending the night at the home of his very good friend. And a great time he had too!
We all worry about our children.
We worry that they will be unhappy or might not make friends or might struggle with all manner of things. Will they read at the “expected time” and to the “expected level”? Will they be able to “keep up” with the other children? Will they be “good enough” at school?
We all worry.
But when your beautiful child has a complex range of disabilities those worries really are in a whole new league.
One of my greatest wishes for my son is that he will have true friends.
It is a simple wish really but it has been a huge worry.
Because, whilst his wheelchair is obvious, what you don’t see from photos is his learning disabilities or social difficulties. Yet those differences can make a child stand out as being “different” just as much as the wheelchair does.
And sometimes those difficulties can…
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