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    Gulce
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    Hello, first of all, I would like to state that I wrote with Google translate, there may be an error.  I am a single mother with two children.  I do not know English and Welsh for now, I want to learn very much, but my children are always with me.  they don’t have an active life they are disabled but I don’t know exactly what to do I lost my way.  I consulted a lot, talked and wrote, but we are waiting for a constant state of waiting.  Children are bored, we do not receive disability pension, we expect it.  They say apply to charity, how can I find free support?  my children with autism and adhd are not small, they are very strong children.  8 and 14 years old.  Their requests are different, their needs are very different, their food is different, their clothing is different… I wanted to write because I’m afraid I will lose my sanity, I have not been able to reach a result, I have been waiting for months, it took me 3 years in total, I can’t organize.  thanks

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    steve3334
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    hi, in your local area you can google for childrens services, and tell them about your situation. or contact citizens advice bureau office.

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    Gulce
    Participant

    I did what you said, there is no result, we are waiting, what are we waiting for, no support, no guidance, time is ticking.  We find a charity for the activity, it comes out with a fee.  we have to travel by bus, we are 3 people, it costs too much, no one understands the difficulties we go through.  child service not interested constantly changing staff regular long term no one

    #57418 Report

    Sue
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    Hi Gulce,

    You might find it useful to get in touch with an organisation called Contact which provides specialist support and information for families with disabled children. You can find out more information on their website https://contact.org.uk/ and they also have a free helpline: 0808 808 3555.

    There’s also information about support, benefits and grant help available for families with disabled children on our website here: https://www.gingerbread.org.uk/information/disability/if-you-have-a-disabled-child/

    Sue

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