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MissImperfect93 Thu 05-Oct-17 21:43:39

I'm currently 26 weeks pregnant with my first and have had a rather good pregnancy. As I'm a classed a big anyway my bump is big. I'm a support worker and work with people who have come from years of abuse. Although I've never had an issue I've recently found out that my bump is trigging for one of the people I work and have being asked if I can wear stuff that can hide the bump while working with this individual. Does anyone know where I could get some maternity wear to hide a Bump? That isn't going to cost the earth... as I'm going on leave in around 12 weeks.

sourpatchkid Thu 05-Oct-17 21:50:45

You might be better posting this in style and beauty to be honest?

A tunic top that's very large? What size clothes are you normally - that'll help me think.

sourpatchkid Thu 05-Oct-17 21:51:24

Ps can't they assign the client to a different worker? They'll have to go to someone else in 12 weeks anyway?

eurochick Thu 05-Oct-17 22:00:02

My best bump hiding outfit was a black dress, a bright blazer and a long drapey scarf. Not the height of fashion but I think it hid it pretty well.

MissImperfect93 Fri 06-Oct-17 07:48:50

Thanks for you help.
I'm new to this and was unsure where to post it.

I don't normally work with the individual. Just holiday cover or sick cover but I was unaware there was an issue until last night and now I'm not sure what to do. I'm reascrited to who I'm able to work with at the moment but still need my hours to don't get a lot of options to what shift I get put on.

KindleBueno Fri 06-Oct-17 15:33:20

They need to be assigning that service user to someone else. That's a ridiculous request. Also, I assume the SU is unwell or vulnerable rather than stupid confused

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