Today: A checklist for parents
Back in 2011, I wrote a video for practitioners called “Parents of Disabled Children – Their “Today”.
To date it has received over 21,000 views on YouTube and has been used in numerous training and awareness sessions around the World. It is something I am very proud of.
If you did miss it, please pop over to Letters I never sent  where you can watch the video and find out the background to my making it.
Since then, I have produced a number of videos but realised recently that they were all aimed at practitioners. I wanted to put something together for parents and thought of top tips, what I wish I had known, etc. but none of them felt right – they felt like a rehash of everything already out there.
Today – For Parents:
Today, however, I am delighted to share with you my latest video. It was inspired by a post I read on Pouting in Heels – I hope. I hope. I hope. A great post if you have chance to get over and read it.
It was further inspired by the lovely Katie Clarke – my partner in crime here at Bringing Us Together – who gave me some great ideas and input. Katie is such a fantastic parent to work with and, as a friend, she is often reminding me of the things I cover in my video. Katie is one of a few friends I know I can talk to about this stuff, who will just listen and not judge.
Now, over to the video.
I really hope you like it. Like all my videos, I am always happy to edit and update so if you have any suggestions, please let me know.
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