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Hi, my name is leeCal!
leeCal Member Posts: 3,015 Disability Gamechanger
edited November 2017 in Welcomes and introductions
I am the parent of a child now 30 who was born with cerebral palsy. 29 years ago we contacted scope and had a home visit, the upshot was that scope could do nothing for us at all. Twenty nine years later I’m told by a well meaning but naive individual that if my son gets a referral from his doctor scope will help find suitable accommodation and help him to live an independent life away from home as we must downsize and retire. I’m thinking that it is very unlikely that scope will help my son in this way. Am I right?