Fam­i­lies meet to share their sup­port

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - OPINION -

ASH­FORD’S new Some­one Spe­cial club, formed for moth­ers cop­ing with the chal­lenge of autis­tic chil­dren, held their first ac­tiv­ity day with a morn­ing in the lanes at AMF Bowl­ing in Sta­tion Road on Satur­day. They have al­ready held one cof­fee morn­ing and are plan­ning an­other on June 17 when they would wel­come any par­ent of a child with dis­abil­ity to of­fer friend­ship, sup­port and shared in­for­ma­tion. Group leader Sheila Tay­lor said: “The big­gest step is com­ing through the door but they would be made to feel most wel­come as we all face the same prob­lems.”

Pic­tures: Danny Rhodes pd1211999

Moth­ers in Ash­ford with autis­tic chil­dren, who have formed a group called Some­one Spe­cial, en­joy their first ac­tiv­ity day


Jayne and Jes­sica Head and Ed­wina Bird


Mar­ian Wells, Colin Webb, Ann Webb and Rob­bie Webb

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