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What lockdown means for families with disabled children

What lockdown means for families with disabled children

7 November 2020

9:00 AM

7 November 2020

9:00 AM

When lockdown starts, all kinds of things stop. The first one, in March, was the worst time of my life as a parent, not because of my daughter’s severe disabilities, but because of the lack of support.

Elvi is 19. She has a mental age of three, sleeps four hours a night and can’t walk.

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