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Nadine76Nadine76 Member Posts: 3
edited August 2016 in Parents and carers
Hi there, i could really do with some advice regarding my son, he is starting to notice what he can and can't do, and comparing himself to other children, I haven't yet told him of his condition and the possible difficulties that he may have as he grows up, but I feel that I want to give him as much information as I can, but I know it needs to be done sensitively and I really would appreciate some advice on how the best way to communicate this to my son.


  • VickySVickyS Member Posts: 133 Listener
    Hi Nadine76,
    I don't have any experience of this personally but I think Scope produced a book called Haylee's friends which is a story book that explains cp to children ( This might be a nice way to introduce him to the idea that he may have to do things differently to other children. But I think the most important thing is to make sure that any message you do give him is positive.
    Vicky xx
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