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Residential placement advice

judyclaire Member Posts: 1 Listener
edited May 2019 in Cerebral palsy
hi. I’m new to the community. My daughter has cerebral palsy and I have been trying to find a residential setting for her for when she leaves National Star College in July. It’s a minefield! I am so disheartened at the lack of provision for young adults. The last thing my daughter wants is to sit in a semi circle watching tv with people 3 times her age! Any help or advice would be dearly appreciated


  • Antonia_Alumni
    Antonia_Alumni Scope alumni Posts: 1,781 Pioneering
    Welcome to the community @judyclaire how are you doing today? 
    Have you been in touch with your local council to see if they can suggest a place for your daughter?

    Some of our members may have some advice for you soon.
  • Richard_Scope
    Richard_Scope Posts: 3,176 Scope online community team
    edited May 2019
    Hi @judyclaire
    Thanks for your post and it's good to meet you. How old is your daughter? Does your daughter wish to continue with her education? If she does, I can suggest Hereward College 
    Has the National Star college had a conversation with your daughter and you about options after leaving in July? Apologies for all of the questions. I want to try to find the best way of supporting you both.
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