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3istoomany3istoomany Member Posts: 1 Listener
edited March 2019 in Parents and carers
I have 3 boys aged 16,15 & 7 with additional needs. The youngest is now home educated and although I love spending so much time with him the responsibility of proving him and education as well as parent is sometimes very overwhelming.


  • Adrian_ScopeAdrian_Scope Testing Team, Community Team Posts: 7,951 Scope community team
    Welcome to our community @3istoomany, we're glad to have you with us. Please let us know if you have any questions or need some advice. In the meantime, we have a great Parent and Carers discussion group here that you might be interested in taking a look at.
    Senior Community Partner

    If you have a few minutes to spare, we'd appreciate your feedback on our online community.
  • Ami2301Ami2301 Community champion Posts: 7,175 Disability Gamechanger
    Hi @3istoomany welcome to the community! How are you today? :)
    Community Champion
    Disability Gamechanger - 2019
  • Antonia_ScopeAntonia_Scope Member Posts: 1,783 Pioneering
    Welcome to the community @3istoomany you may also be interested in our education and learning discussions.

    Scope has recently set up a new service called Navigate. Navigate provides a six week programme of online and telephone support to parents who have a child going through diagnosis or have a child who has recently been diagnosed within 12 months. The aim is to provide parents of a child with a disability with emotional and practical support and help them navigate these early stages. It also gives parents a chance to talk through things and how they're feeling in a safe space.

    Please visit or call 0808 801 0510 for more information. :)
  • Emma_ScopeEmma_Scope Navigate Posts: 51 Courageous
    Hi @3istoomany and welcome to the community!

    Have you looked into the Local Offer or Family Information service in your local area to see if they can offer or point you in the right direction for potential support? There also should be a Parent Partnership Service (PPS) in you local area that can offer guidance and support in terms of education for children with additional learning needs and what your rights as a parent are. It may be worth looking into this.

    Hope this helps and you find the Scope community useful! :smile:

    Emma Bailey
    Parent Advisor
    Navigate Team at Scope
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