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Early bird course - no crèche, no childcare!

(6 Posts)
2boysnamedR Fri 11-Sep-15 18:16:42

Toddler gets home via SN bus at 12.20 and I have a toddler.

Been offered a place with seven days notice!

I have no one to ask but I'm now considering ringing social services for assesment of respite / emergency care.

Thoughts? I have a tribunal in six weeks but I don't know what else to do?

2boysnamedR Fri 11-Sep-15 18:17:51

Sorry - it's 10-12.30 for 12 weeks 15 miles from home

PolterGoose Fri 11-Sep-15 19:40:49

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2boysnamedR Fri 11-Sep-15 20:17:11

Is it worth doing polter? I don't think nursery is a option as there's no kids there11.46-12.15. It's a asd setting so the staff need lunch.

It's run by portage as far as I can tell. DH work used to be great for stuff like this but not any more.

You'd think they want parents to attend but I wasn't offered a per course de brief and then given seven days to sort non existent childcare

PolterGoose Fri 11-Sep-15 20:37:42

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2boysnamedR Fri 11-Sep-15 21:18:14

I think quite a few of the parents at the asd school might share some traits with me ;0)

I feel totally at ease around my toddler even when he's being a loon. Maybe mostly because he's three so people expect toddlers to be - interesting....

Ah nuts. No idea what to do now

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