Postby Sad SEN parent » Mon May 15, 2023 9:05 am
Your posts made me very sad MuddyBoots. I can see your point that education is underfunded which affects more children than just those with SEN. I appreciate I am probably being over sensitive because we’ve had a h
Bad week but really most people just don’t understand what it is like to live in the SEN world. Exclusion from play dates, parties, park meet ups, friends fading away, the incessant bullying of my child due to their disabilities (and yes this happens in “nice” schools whatever they tell you) constantly battling schools and local authorities for support…. It’s relentless and hard. We all have our battles, we all have hard stuff going on I know.
On the plus side, there are some wonderfully kind and lovely people out there and some gorgeous, friendly and protective children who have shown so much empathy and patience.