CHILDREN with special needs are in danger of “falling through the cracks” with parents feeling they aren’t being heard.
IF YOU are or know of any parents or families having trouble with special needs children and being heard, please don’t be afraid to come forward.
After all we are a voice for our children.
Not all ASD children are the same, what works for one may not work for all and people need to understand this.
If there is enough of us and if we speak loud enough something will be done.
We are all wanting our special needs children to have the same opportunity as another child, so they can grow into independent, knowledgeable wonderful adults and to live a happy life well after us parents can no longer be around for them.
IT SEEMS bush is best when it comes to a sneaky weekend away after a swathe of awards were w given out to rural accommodation a houses in the latest l Trip Advisor Traveller’s Choice C Awards.
GOOD stuff Marion. — James Lister MP -
Member for Southern Downs C CONGRATULATIONS to you b both.
Girl power ay!
IT’S I not just capital cities that can c overshadow regional areas, a as Southern Downs mayor m Tracy Dobie urges government g departments to look l beyond smaller cities like Cairns C and the Gold Coast when w exploring regional opportunities. o
BETTER still, look past the towns t altogether.
The wealth is produced on the t farms, the cattle runs, and sheep s stations, and in the mines. m
Councils and clerks produce nothing. n
They are not even representative r of the producers. p