Toileting: Sue and James’ story

A hand on wood. Toileting: Sue and James' story.

James is 13 and loves life but really doesn’t care about using the toilet. Sound familiar? So many families say the same. If their child has complex needs and a multisensory impairment, how should they teach them the skills of toileting? With very little help, James’s mum Sue kept on going even when professionals told her to give up. It hasn’t been easy, but this summer, James made a breakthrough. Read Sue and James’ story and get some tips on toileting.

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“I had to get my point across that the Government has ‘fallen foul’ of its responsibilities”

A screenshot of the parliamentlive.tv website with a group of people having a meeting.

During my time at Sense I have had the opportunity to attend lots of events and meetings to represent my community and speak on behalf of other Deafblind people. None quite so nerve wracking as a live streamed, virtual, parliamentary committee meeting though!

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