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The Guessing Game When Your Child Is Non-Verbal

By Laura Rutherford Mother. Blogger. Campaigner The realisation of how valuable speech is has been brought home to me in a new way recently as our nearly two year old daughter, Sydney, is a complete chatterbox. “Drink“ she proclaims. “Sore“ she says when she hurts herself. And then I hear her trying to sing along to things in the back ... Read More »

Raising Awareness Of Changing Places Toilets This Disabled Access Day

By Laura Rutherford Mother. Blogger. Campaigner 10-12 March 2017 marks Disabled Access Day in the UK and whilst it’s a great opportunity to shout about all the great accessible places that we know and love, it also gives us a platform to highlight all of the problems the disabled community face because of inaccessibility. The Cambridge Dictionary defines inclusion “as the idea ... Read More »

Mums Nappy Campaign Update

Mum, Laura Rutherford, last week launched a campaign to get leading Supermarkets to stock larger sized nappies for children with additional support. This arose from Laura contacting supermarket Tesco via Facebook to urge them to stock larger nappies. Laura Rutherford’s three-year-old son Brody has a condition which means he is not yet toilet trained. He is currently wearing the largest size ... Read More »

Mum launches nappy campaign for children with additional support needs

  A mum from Falkirk, has launched a campaign urging a leading supermarket Tesco to stock larger nappies for children with additional support needs. Laura Rutherford’s three-year-old son Brody has a condition which means he is not yet toilet trained. He is currently wearing the largest size of nappies on sale, a size six, which he will soon grow out ... Read More »