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Ineedalife Tue 17-Apr-12 19:07:38

Nothing to add just keeping bumping pleasesmile.

Ineedalife Thu 11-Oct-12 18:33:31

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Ineedalife Wed 17-Oct-12 17:02:14

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Iceflower Sun 21-Oct-12 13:21:06

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starfishmummy Sun 21-Oct-12 13:43:39

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Iceflower Mon 22-Oct-12 20:44:18

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Ineedalife Sun 28-Oct-12 18:57:11

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Ineedalife Tue 30-Oct-12 17:20:15

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Iceflower Wed 31-Oct-12 08:28:14

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FangsForBloodyNothing Wed 31-Oct-12 17:51:54

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Ineedalife Mon 05-Nov-12 20:37:05

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lionheart Mon 05-Nov-12 22:28:15

I thought MN were going to blend the topics to avoid this?

Ineedalife Tue 06-Nov-12 20:35:25

Me too lionheart,

I feel like a bouncy ball with all this bumpinggrin

lionheart Tue 06-Nov-12 21:11:06

Maybe we should ask them for an update?

OliviaMumsnet (MNHQ) Tue 06-Nov-12 21:28:59

Boing!
Erm, I don't know what's happening but I will find out

lionheart Tue 06-Nov-12 22:50:21

Thankee!

anitasmall Sun 11-Nov-12 14:23:23

Hi Everybody,

I already asked at many SEN topics but I still don't know the answer. Do you know any employers that are willing to employ adults with MLD?... What will you do if your children will grow up?...

Thanks

WofflingOn Sun 11-Nov-12 14:28:04

Anita, it depends on the company and the level of disability. Round my way, Oxfam have a very good record of employing teenagers and adults with SN, as do Sainsbury's. All companies have a disability discrimination policy that they must adhere to, but what are you looking for exactly?
For example, are you meaning sheltered and supported workshops? Or mainstream firms prepared to cope with a bit of reasonable accommodation?

anitasmall Sun 11-Nov-12 14:43:07

WO,

Thank you very much for your reply.

I don't have a SEN child myself just working 1:1 with a MLD child. I want her to be able to live a normal life once... I feel that at many SEN topics people tend to concentrate on "how to educate SEN children" but who will employ them is less emphasised.
YES. It would be nice to find those mainstream firms that are prepared to cope with a bit of reasonable accommodation. I knew about Oxfam only.

Ineedalife Sun 11-Nov-12 22:12:35

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amillionyears Sun 11-Nov-12 22:17:25

A Christian shop may be accomodating, or another religious premises?

Iceflower Wed 14-Nov-12 12:36:50

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Ineedalife Sun 18-Nov-12 17:29:02

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Ineedalife Sun 25-Nov-12 17:28:08

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Ineedpigsinblankets Tue 04-Dec-12 20:42:56

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Ineedpigsinblankets Sat 08-Dec-12 12:35:54

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