Posts Tagged
‘daughter’

April 20, 2022

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by: admin

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Tags: daughter, Daughterinlaw, Health, Mental, short, Stories

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Categories: Parenting

Daughter-in-law is not always a daughter. Short stories on mental health is a story about a daughter-in-law who tries hard for their in-laws but they won’t be satisfied. “Bahu Beti jaisi hothi hai” How many times have we heard this? We hear this more often but there is less reality to this. I am 30-year-old […]

February 7, 2022

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Tags: Attacks, Author, daughter, education, Left, result, system, tears, test, transfer, wider

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Categories: Special needs education

A CO Antrim writer has slammed 11-plus-style exams after sharing a photo of her daughter, who she said cried when she heard her result. Angeline King, author of novels such as Snugville Street and A Belfast Tale, posted a thread on Twitter attacking the “education system of the past” and urging Stormont politicians to “overhaul” […]

November 2, 2021

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Tags: Autism, daughter, Dropped, Livid, Mom, Nonverbal, School, wrong

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Categories: autism

A California mother is furious after her eight-year-old daughter, who has severe autism, was dropped off at the wrong school. An Elk Grove Unified bus driver was supposed to take Julie Munoz’s daughter Gabby to the Carroll Elementary in Elk Grove, but was dropped off at Franklin Elementary instead. Gabby is non-verbal, which made the […]

By Erica Thomas, editor-in-chief TRUSSVILLE – A Trussville family has gone public in battle for their special needs daughter and all Trussville City Schools (TCS) students. James and Chanel Thomas said that over the years they have felt that their daughter, who is blind, has been exposed to unnecessary harm that could affect their learning […]

July 8, 2021

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Tags: Autistic, dad, daughter, Forced, Place, Safe, Treehouse

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Categories: autism

A British family has shaken after their neighborhood council called for the demolition of their self-made tree house, which last year served as a “safe place” for their daughter with autism, Tourette’s syndrome and sensory processing disorder. Richard Williams started work on the project last year and says he “put a lot into it” to […]