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Hi, my name is Arjundeb03! My daughter has down syndrome she is always ripping her clothes

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Arjundeb03
Arjundeb03 Community member Posts: 1 Listener
My daughter has down syndrome she is always ripping her clothes when she wears them I have  tried loads of things need advice 

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  • Ross_Alumni
    Ross_Alumni Scope alumni Posts: 7,650 Disability Gamechanger
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    Hello @Arjundeb03

    Welcome to the community, it's nice to see you join us and I'm sure you'll enjoy taking part in the community, we are a supportive and welcoming bunch so please feel free to have a look around and get involved wherever you'd like.

    Have you had a conversation with your daughter's doctor or medical team about your concerns in this area? Perhaps they would be able to advise on how you can support your daughter through this issue.

    This isn't something I have any particular knowledge of but I hope that other members will be able to offer their thoughts. I just wanted to signpost you to a couple of Scope's family services that may be of interest to you:
    Feel free to follow those links and have a read into those services, hopefully they can be helpful for you.
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